New York Times just reported that prosecutors from Manhattan district attorney’s office have subpoenaed President Trump’s accounting firm demanding eight years of his personal and corporate tax returns.

The subpoena, according to New York Times opens a new front in a wide-ranging effort to obtain copies of the president’s tax returns, which Mr. Trump initially said he would make public during the 2016 campaign but has since refused to disclose.

The subpoena was issued by the Manhattan district attorney’s office late last month, soon after it opened a criminal investigation into the role that the president and his family business played in hush-money payments made in the run-up to the election.

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