Congress may finally get a look at Donald Trump’s finances even though he does not want that to happen. A federal judge yesterday ordered an accounting firm to hand the records over. Trump is now appealing the decision, and the judge who’ll be presiding over that appeal is none other than Merrick Garland. The guy whose Supreme Court seat was squatted by Republicans in Congress. Meanwhile, Trump has a new plan to pay for that wall of his, had a very bright pep rally in Pennsylvania, and HUD Secretary Ben Carson had some trouble during a congressional testimony.