First Amendment advocates fired back in court late Tuesday after a New York state judge granted President Donald Trump’s brother a temporary restraining order halting the publication, printing and distribution of niece Mary Trump’s book about the president.

The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, the Association of American Publishers and PEN American Center submitted an amicus brief in Dutchess County Supreme Court opposing Robert Trump’s motion for a preliminary injunction.

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