White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said on Sunday that President Donald Trump's tax returns should not be released because Democrats in Congress are not "smart enough" to understand them.
Mitt Romney sure has come along way from the days when he said there was good reason to believe there was a "bombshell" in Trump's taxes.
Flaming hypocrite Mitt Romney attacks Democrats in the House for attempting to get Trump's tax returns.
Trump's acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney tells Fox's Bill Hemmer that the Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee will "never" see his boss' tax returns.
Trump chief of staff Mick Mulvaney attacks Democrats for formerly requesting that the IRS turn over Trump's tax returns to the House Ways and Means Committee.
Rep. Richard Neal has requested that IRS provide six years of tax returns for Donald Trump and related entities.
Let this be a trend. It's common sense to make sure a candidate (ahem) isn't on the take.
States are insisting the winner of the popular vote be elected, and that candidates for president release their tax returns.
Heading deeper into the 2019 tax season, this is a horrible outcome for the average American worker so far.
John Lewis led off this hearing by saying it was imperative to obtain Trump's tax returns to determine whether he's a crook.