The House Ways and Means Committee has Voted to release Donald Trump‘s tax returns to the Public, and Republicans are pissed,
This is quite interesting. During the Trump years, the Trump IRS did not submit Trump’s tax returns to the mandatory audits they were supposed to receive. Senate Democrats, perhaps next month you should ask why. https://t.co/fL3hvIOIFI
— David Corn (@DavidCornDC) December 21, 2022
BREAKING: The House Ways and Means Committee HAS VOTED TO RELEASE TRUMP'S TAX RETURNS TO THE PUBLIC https://t.co/UNAFHf3PPn
— Mueller, She Wrote (@MuellerSheWrote) December 21, 2022
Donald Trump had big deductions, big credits, and big losses—but seldom a big tax bill. Almost five years since my first motion to obtain Trump’s tax returns, some of them will soon be public.
— Lloyd Doggett (@RepLloydDoggett) December 21, 2022
I just read & it confirms the IRS is a snake. IRS never audited Trump’s tax returns where. There was a policy presidents were to have a mandatory audit of their tax returns in the first 2 yrs. of office.
Please pay attention, Biden released 24 years of tax returns, and Hunter, like it or not, is a private citizen. If he had to be removed, then so are yours. What are all you Repugnant’s afraid of? That everyone will know Trump’s s fraud. New Yorkers have known that for four years!
Out of all the stuff, I hope and pray to Trump….his tax returns rank so low on the list. It’s a joke. Trump told us while debating Hilary he doesn’t pay taxes. But what he’s hiding is his net worth. He’s never been a billionaire for an hour.
So the Republicans have their drawers in a knot over the disclosure of Trump’s tax returns—-something Trump has been promising since 2015 but never delivered.——- ‘Let’s do that!’ Internet cheers Republican warning that Supreme Court Justice.
Some have floated the idea of reading Trump’s tax return on the House floor and hoping the Speech and Debate Clause will cover it, but it’s unlikely they will go that route.
I hope the public realizes the tax code protects everyone’s tax returns. It took the Supreme Court & Congress to release them, not the IRS. Of course, Trump could have done it voluntarily like all his predecessors.
Americans thank Rep Richard Neal and his colleagues on the House Ways and Means Committee for voting to make Trump’s tax returns public. Trump continued to lie about releasing his tax returns, but the Democratic-controlled House Ways and Means Committee made casting them to happen.