Attorney Roberta Kaplan argued Friday that the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that President Donald Trump can’t claim absolute immunity from a Manhattan grand jury subpoena should directly affect a defamation lawsuit against Trump in New York civil court.
Kaplan’s argument comes just one day after the high court announced its 7-2 decision in Trump v. Vance, which said prosecutors may seek financial records in a criminal investigation.
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