As attorneys for the Trump Organization weighed their options for responding to a Manhattan District Attorney’s Office subpoena, a major aim could be to delay production of corporate documents, court watchers told the New York Law Journal Friday.

Manhattan prosecutors have issued a subpoena on President Donald Trump’s business in its investigation of alleged hush payments to Stephanie Clifford, the adult-film performer known as Stormy Daniels, ahead of the 2016 election.

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