President Donald Trump intends to file an amended complaint in federal court to introduce new arguments against a Manhattan grand jury’s subpoena for his tax records, according to documents filed by his attorney Wednesday.
In the same communication, the president’s legal team listed a number of potential arguments it could make to trim the subpoena or contest it entirely.
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