Trump’s Former Accounting Firm Turns Over Documents to Congre

WASHINGTON — Mazars USA, the longtime accounting firm for former President Donald J. 

Trump that cut ties with him and his family business this year, has begun turning over documents related to his financial dealings to Congress. 

After a yearslong legal fight, the House Oversight Committee has received a first trove of documents from the firm, 

which recently entered into a legal settlement agreeing to produce a range of financial documents from several years before Mr. 

Trump took office and during his early presidency. Mazars said in February it could no longer stand behind a decade of annual financial statements it had prepared for the Trump Organization. 

“They have sent us a number of documents,” Representative Carolyn B. Maloney, Democrat of New York and chairwoman of the committee, said in an interview Saturday. “We’re reviewing them.” 

Ms. Maloney declined to say exactly what documents the panel had received so far, but she said that “Mazars is being very cooperative.”