Trump, Manhattan DA reach temporary agreement on tax subpoena

Bob Van Voris

President Donald Trump’s attorneys have reached a temporary agreement with the office of Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance delaying the deadline for Mazars USA LLP, Trump’s accountants, to comply with a subpoena for his taxes and for other financial papers.

The deal provides for Mazars to continue gathering documents responsive to the subpoena and calls for it to turn them over to state prosecutors on Oct. 7 or two days after a judge rules on Trump’s request to block the subpoena, whichever comes first.

The lawyers informed the court of their agreement in a letter filed Thursday.