Former President Donald Trump’s challenge to a subpoena executed on his Florida home was quickly derided by the legal community Tuesday as an error-filled political press release masquerading as a lawsuit.

“It just seems to be another attempt to throw legal spaghetti against the wall to create havoc in a criminal justice process Trump has manifested contempt for,” said Wiggin and Dana partner David Laufman about Trump’s request to appoint a special master to screen records taken from his Florida home.

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