The subpoena of Mazars, still halted in the appeals process, is one of several attempts by the House to dig up more financial records of Trump's. This subpoena was for eight years of documents held by his accounting firm.
Trump has also asked the appeals court to keep his case on a slow timeline and pause the subpoena as they consider his arguments, potentially preventing his accounting firm from turning over documents to the House for the foreseeable future.
Trump's legal team also noted their wish that the Supreme Court considers questions about the House subpoena of his records.
"None of these issues have been settled because this is the first time a congressional committee has subpoenaed the personal records of a sitting President from before he was in office," Trump's legal team added. "It is also the first time a congressional committee has issued a subpoena, under its legislative powers, to investigate the President for illegal conduct.
They added: "If every committee chairman is going to have this unbounded authority, the Supreme Court should be the one to say so."