A federal appeals court weighing President Donald Trump’s push to block a U.S. House committee subpoena for financial records from his accounting firm appeared divided Friday over arguments that lawmakers had acted outside the scope of their authority.

Judges Patricia Millett, David Tatel and Neomi Rao of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit heard arguments for more than two hours in the court’s ceremonial courtroom, where marble statues of Hammurabi, Moses, Solon and Justinian are built into the wall behind the judges’ bench.

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