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U.S. President Donald Trump greets U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh (R) following his State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol February 5, 2019 in Washington, DC.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday cleared the way for Trump's taxes to be released to Congress.
Trump lashed out at the court in a series of posts on Truth Social on Wednesday.
Trump's appointments cemented the court's 6-3 majority and led to the reversal of Roe v. Calf.
Former President Donald Trump criticized the Supreme Court in a series of Truth Social posts after the Supreme Court on Tuesday denied its request to block Congress from obtaining its tax records.
"Why should anyone be surprised that the Supreme Court ruled against me, which they always do! It's unprecedented to hand out tax returns and it sets a terrible precedent for future presidents," Trump said in a post early Wednesday morning. "The Supreme Court has lost its honor, prestige and standing and has become nothing more than a political body, with our country paying the price."
In follow-up posts, Trump repeated complaints about the court's handling of the 2020 election, citing reports of leaked opinions. In addition to the leak of the decision that Roe v. Wade, a former anti-abortion leader recently claimed that the Hobby Lobby's 2014 decision on contraception was also leaked.
He also accused the court of being "petrified" by Democrats and trying to be "politically correct" instead of "doing what's best for the US."
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court rejected Trump's request to prevent the release of his tax returns to Congress. The move opened the door for House Democrats, who have been seeking the return since 2019, to access the documents just as the party is set to lose its majority in the House in January.
Breaking with tradition, Trump declined to publicly release his tax returns when he ran for president in 2016. The House Ways and Means Committee asked the IRS to release its tax returns to them in April 2019 while investigating the agency's audit process.
Trump appealed to the Supreme Court to block the IRS from sharing his tax records with the House of Representatives. The court gave no reason for rejecting the application and did not take note of dissenting opinions.
Recent polls suggest trust in the Supreme Court is at an all-time low. However, the court is often viewed by many on the right as one of Trump's greatest achievements. In his only term as president, Trump appointed three justices -- Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett -- cementing the court's 6-3 Conservative majority, likely for years to come.
The new composition of the court has resulted in significant decisions that have been celebrated by Republicans and denounced by Democrats. Most notably, the court overturned nearly 50 years of precedent by scrapping federal abortion rights, fulfilling one of Trump's key promises.
Supreme Court officials did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
Chief Justice John Roberts and other members of the High Court have continued to defend its legitimacy despite mounting criticism.
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Justice of the US Supreme Court since 2018 (born 1965)

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