Last week’s federal court decision that ordered President Donald Trump’s personal accounting firm to disclose his financial information to Congress may actually help him in a separate effort to block federal lawmakers from obtaining similar documents from Deutsche Bank.

Trump’s attorneys wrote in a new filing that the ruling, handed down by the D.C. Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, should be interpreted to strike down a different set of federal subpoenas.

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