What we need are "inferences" on Trump tax returns


As the Democrats draw closer to getting the tax returns of the Oval Office lunatic, there is a federal law protecting them and him...
"it is a felony, punishable by up to five years, to improperly disclose private tax information."
Okay, then we have to plan our strategy something like, 'My cat paid more taxes than Donald Trump.' That would nail it on the head if he is avoiding paying personal taxes. Or, 'Sounds like something John Gotti would have done.' This tells us there is definitely something illegal in T-rump's tax filings. And I am sure the Dems can come up with a host of approaches that will reveal the personal side of the most corrupt president this country has ever experienced.

However, this is apparently not a done deal, getting Trump's taxes, that is...
"Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) demanded this week that the administration turn over six years' worth of Trump’s individual and business tax returns, giving them a deadline of April 10."
The potential hassle of obtaining Trump's taxes has been kinda downplayed so far but Democrats do have a card up their sleeve...
"They are relying on a statute that allows the heads of Congress’s tax committees to examine anyone’s confidential taxes. Advocates of the effort emphasize that the law says the Treasury Secretary 'shall' hand over any requested returns."
We can only hope that all this effort will be worth it.

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