President Donald Trump looks on during a campaign rally in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Leah Millis | Reuters
A New York judge said Wednesday that he would lift a contempt of court finding against former President Donald Trump by next week if Trump’s legal team provides more information about a search for documents sought by the state Attorney General and pays a $110,000 fine.
If those conditions are not met by May 20, Judge Arthur Engoron said he would reinstate a $10,000 per-day fine against Trump for being in contempt for having failed to comply with a subpoena issued by Attorney General Letitia James.
Trump and his lawyers have said they cannot locate documents sought by James as part of her…