GOP ladies and gentlemen as well as children of all ages, SCOTUS says Congress may have a look at The Donald’s Tax returns.
The US Supreme Court ruling upholds our Democracy, the rule of law, and Congress's ability to execute its legislative and oversight responsibilities. Now, Congress must enact legislation requiring Presidents and candidates for president to disclose their tax returns.
Is the scam over and time for Donald to pay up and shut up about how rich he claims to be while living in America?
- SCOTUS rejected a bid by Trump to prevent Congress from obtaining his income tax returns from the IRS.
- The ruling comes more than three months after a three-judge panel of the federal appeals court in Washington ruled that the Ways and Means Committee had the right to obtain Trump's tax returns.
- He then asked the High Court to block the committee from obtaining his tax returns.
After the Supreme Court refused to block Congress from obtaining his taxes, another court appears poised to ax his request for a special master to review documents seized by the government from his Mar-a-Lago resort.
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The conservative-dominated Supreme Court refused Trump’s request to shield his tax returns from congressional investigators. This could be a turning point for our democracy.
The Donald reportedly lost millions on his tax returns annually for a decade, including nearly $700 million in 2009, his longtime accountant has now testified, confirming long-held suspicions about the former president's alleged tax fraud.