A Washington federal judge had pointed questions for Donald Trump’s attorneys Tuesday, as he mulled whether the president’s longtime accounting firm must turn over eight years of financial records in response to a U.S. House Oversight Committee subpoena.

The hearing before U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta of the District of Columbia marks the first major courtroom test in the continued standoff between the president and Democratic lawmakers after the Trump administration resisted a spate of oversight demands from Congress.

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