A bank has reportedly handed over a series of financial records from intelligence firm Fusion GPS after the firm pushed to prevent the documents from being given to Congress.

The release of the documents was in response to a subpoena from the House Intelligence Committee as part of its probe into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election and ties to the Trump campaign.

A congressional lawyer said Friday that TD Bank “produced all remaining responsive documents” to the House Intelligence Committee under the terms of a confidential settlement, CNN reported.

The handover of the 70 documents comes after a federal judge on Thursday dismissed the firm’s protests to the documents being turned over to Congress.

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