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TRUMP RESPONDS – Less than a week after the U.S Supreme Court ruled that President Trump must comply with a New York state grand jury subpoena for his tax returns, the president’s legal team said it’s planning to file an amended complaint seeking to limit the request, Jane Wester reports. According to the legal team, the complaint may include arguments that the subpoena is too broad, that it is motivated by bad faith, that is meant to manipulate the president’s policy decisions, or that it would impede his constitutional duties. The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, which has until August 3 to respond to the president’s amended complaint, argued that the proposed arguments have previously been rejected by Senior U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero, who presided over the case last fall.

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