Appellate Judge Ray Lohier Jr. in a one-page order granted a joint motion for an expedited appeal filed by lawyers for the Trump and the House Financial Services Committee and the House Intelligence Committee, which issued the subpoenas to Deutsche Bank and Capital One.
The subpoenas seek, in some cases, a decade of personal and business records belonging to Trump, his company, his children, and his son-in-law Jared Kushner.
In both cases, the House agreed to expedite the appeal even though the ruling was in its favor to avoid an appeals process that could take years to work through the system.
Lohier did not date for oral arguments but directed the court clerk to "calendar argument in this matter for the earliest possible sitting week after briefing is completed." The final reply letter is due July 1
In last week's ruling, Ramos unilaterally rejected Trump's arguments that the subpoenas from House Democrats were intended to harass the president and served no legislative purpose.
Ramos denied Trump's request for a preliminary injunction stating, "Without the power to investigate, including of course the authority to testimony, either through its own processes or through judicial trial, Congress could be seriously handicapped. in its efforts to exercise its constitutional function wisely and effectively. "