The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has again rejected an attorney’s effort to get President Donald Trump to provide more information on his financial disclosure form.

Attorney Jeffrey Lovitky has spent several years in D.C. federal court challenging Trump’s financial disclosure reports filed with the Office of Government Ethics. The D.C. Circuit initially ruled against him in 2019, finding it couldn’t order the president to amend forms he filed as a candidate.

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