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Supreme Court Clears House Panel to Get Trump’s Tax Returns


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The US Supreme Court cleared the way for a House committee to get six years of Donald Trump’s tax returns, dealing a major blow to the former president and giving Democrats a late but resounding triumph after a three-year battle.  Without explanation or any public dissents, the court on Tuesday rejected Trump’s bid to block the Internal Revenue Service from turning over the documents to the House Ways and Means Committee. The IRS is now free to provide the returns and could do so imminently. The Ways and Means Committee has been racing the calendar to obtain the records before Republicans assume control of the House in January.

A decision granting Trump’s request would have kept the records sealed until the new Congress convened.  A federal appeals court in Washington ruled on a 3-0 vote the committee was entitled to the documents. A Treasury Department spokesman said Tuesday the department will comply with the appeals court decision. The committee said it needs the returns to consider potential legislation on presidential compliance with tax rules, public accountability and mandatory IRS audit policy for presidents.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/supreme-court-clears-house-panel-to-get-trump-s-tax-returns/ar-AA14qPyt?cvid=9c9f97a5831440b09e276795bebb9ffe

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“It is unprecedented to be handing over Tax Returns, & it creates terrible precedent for future Presidents,” Trump said in a Truth Social post early Wednesday. 

Does this man ever cease to lie? It shows he never had any intention of delivering on his tax returns that were "under audit." 

 

Almost every president since Richard Nixon has made their tax returns public; the only exceptions are Donald Trump and Gerald Ford.

Tax Return History of United States Presidents, Form 1040 (efile.com)

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17 minutes ago, MGB said:

“It is unprecedented to be handing over Tax Returns, & it creates terrible precedent for future Presidents,” Trump said in a Truth Social post early Wednesday. 

Does this man ever cease to lie? It shows he never had any intention of delivering on his tax returns that were "under audit." 

 

Almost every president since Richard Nixon has made their tax returns public; the only exceptions are Donald Trump and Gerald Ford.

Tax Return History of United States Presidents, Form 1040 (efile.com)

Yes your certainly right, and all the previous Presidents gave up their tax returns voluntarily. There can only be a single reason why Donald has fought turning over his tax returns and that’s because somewhere in that pile of paper work there is some incriminating documentation. In all my life I have never seen anything even similar to the terrible state our government is in today. But, there is light at the end of the tunnel and hopefully Either Mike Pence or Ron DeSantis will be nominated on the Republican ticket for 2024.

All we can do hope!:tu:

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28 minutes ago, MGB said:

“It is unprecedented to be handing over Tax Returns, & it creates terrible precedent for future Presidents,” Trump said in a Truth Social post early Wednesday. 

Does this man ever cease to lie? It shows he never had any intention of delivering on his tax returns that were "under audit." 

 

Almost every president since Richard Nixon has made their tax returns public; the only exceptions are Donald Trump and Gerald Ford.

Tax Return History of United States Presidents, Form 1040 (efile.com)

Yes your certainly right, and all the previous Presidents gave up their tax returns voluntarily. There can only be a single reason why Donald has fought turning over his tax returns and that’s because somewhere in that pile of paper work there is some incriminating documentation. In all my life I have never seen anything even similar to the terrible state our government is in today. But, there is light at the end of the tunnel and hopefully Either Mike Pence or Ron DeSantis will be nominated on the Republican ticket for 2024.

All we can do hope!:tu:

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1 hour ago, Grim Reaper 6 said:

Yes your certainly right, and all the previous Presidents gave up their tax returns voluntarily. There can only be a single reason why Donald has fought turning over his tax returns and that’s because somewhere in that pile of paper work there is some incriminating documentation. In all my life I have never seen anything even similar to the terrible state our government is in today. But, there is light at the end of the tunnel and hopefully Either Mike Pence or Ron DeSantis will be nominated on the Republican ticket for 2024.

All we can do hope!:tu:

There is just too much fighting with Trump. Everything is an issue. Nothing gets done with him except years of litigation. Now the question is, will they actually get them before the Republicans get the house and quash them or will there be some last appeal or something? So sick of Trump and his endless litigation for what should be trivial stuff.

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2 hours ago, MGB said:

There is just too much fighting with Trump. Everything is an issue. Nothing gets done with him except years of litigation. Now the question is, will they actually get them before the Republicans get the house and quash them or will there be some last appeal or something? So sick of Trump and his endless litigation for what should be trivial stuff.

Yes you are right, all we can do is hope for the best!

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