Attorneys for Deutsche Bank told a federal panel of judges Tuesday afternoon that the company has in its possession copies of the tax returns of at least one member of President Donald Trump’s family or business entity owned by the family, but did not publicly state whose financial documents they were.

The bank indicated that it had tax documents for either the president or one of his three eldest children, who have played key roles in his business dealings.

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