A Manhattan state Supreme Court judge pushed back Tuesday on former President Donald Trump’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit alleging that he and two of his siblings had cheated their niece out of millions of dollars following the deaths of her father and grandfather.

During nearly two hours of oral arguments, Justice Robert E. Reed repeatedly pressed lawyers for the former president and his sister, retired federal judge Maryanne Trump Barry, on their argument that the lawsuit was both time-barred and blocked by the “very broad” terms of a 2001 settlement agreement with the plaintiff, Mary Trump.

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