President Donald Trump’s lawyers are taking another shot at stopping House Democrats from getting his New York state tax returns, with an eye on keeping the fight in a D.C. federal court.

Trump’s attorneys from Consovoy McCarthy highlighted New York officials’ ties to Washington, D.C., in an amended complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Monday as they seek to block the Democratic-controlled House Ways & Means Committee from obtaining the president’s state tax returns under a recently passed New York law.

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