New York's AG seeking Trump tax documents from second accounting firm, court filings reveal
New York State Attorney General Letitia James at a news conference in Manhattan on March 28, 2019. - Byron Smith/New York Daily News/TNS

NEW YORK — New York investigators suspect a second accounting firm has information on tax filings by the Trump Organization, new court papers reveal. In a letter filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Trump Organization lawyer Lawrence Rosen discussed Attorney General Letitia James’ interest in seeking documents from RSM, a firm that says it provides audit, tax and consulting services. Rosen’s letter was included in a filing by James’ office last week. In the letter, dated March 14, Rosen complains of James’ request that the Trump Organization “must do more and faster” to hand over documents releva...