Joy Reid's panel, Jill Wine-Banks, Paul Butler and Midwin Charles discuss the fact that Democrats need to quit giving the White House more time on Trump's taxes and start holding people like Steve Mnuchin in contempt.
Lawrence O'Donnell reports on David Cay Johnston's discovery that another section of the Tax Code requires federal employees to comply with all requirements or go to prison for 5 years.
Trump's Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin may have talked too much to his boss about the release of tax returns to the Ways and Means Committee. Ya think?
"Purely informational" but he's not supposed to do that.
Can you imagine any Secretary of the Treasury being this disrespectful to a male or white member of Congress?
It will be up to the courts to ensure that the House Ways and Means Committee gets copies of Trump's tax returns. The law is on their side.
Mnuchin faces a grilling from the House Ways and Means Committee, which has the right to ask the IRS for any tax returns related to an ongoing investigation or legislative-based inquiry.
Well, of course! Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin also has a "Trump Tower Moscow" type deal in the works as well.
Fox Business host Charles Payne did not succumb White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett's bogus excuses for Trump, pretending that Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's Christmas call to the banks was perfectly normal.
Charles Payne was talking to White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett and bashed Steve Mnuchin's call to the banks that crashed the market on Christmas eve calling it a panic move.