Manhattan DA's office will hold off on demand for Trump's taxes

NEW YORK — Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance indicated Tuesday he would hold off on enforcing subpoenas for President Donald Trump’s taxes, despite an appeals court judge’s suggestion the prosecutor could go ahead and demand the paperwork.Vance attorney Carey Dunne wrote that the office would not demand the documents from Trump’s longtime accounting firm, Mazars, until after the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on the president’s legal challenge. The decision to delay enforcement of the subpoenas was at least in part to avoid taking the issue to the Supreme Court, according to Dunne.Last …

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