A federal judge in Washington will weigh Tuesday whether President Donald Trump’s longtime accountant must turn over the president’s financial records to Congress.

U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta is set to hear arguments Tuesday morning in the president’s legal bid to block accounting firm Mazars USA LLP from complying with a congressional subpoena that demands eight years of Trump’s financial records.

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