President Donald Trump recently told a group of state governors that he lives in Manhattan, despite arguing in an ongoing lawsuit in New York County Supreme Court that he is not subject to personal jurisdiction in New York, according to new filings Monday.

Roberta Kaplan of Kaplan Hecker & Fink, who is representing advice columnist E. Jean Carroll in a defamation suit filed against Trump last fall, on Monday filed a motion to strike Trump’s affirmative defense on the basis of his June 1 comments.

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