Part of President Donald Trump’s challenge to a New York state law that would allow Congress to obtain copies of his state tax returns should be dropped if a federal judge lets a New York state tax official out of the litigation, the New York Attorney General’s Office argued this week.

Attorneys for New York state also made clear, in their filing to U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols of the District of Columbia, that Trump is a resident, and registered voter, of New York.

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