Judge Trump rules can’t shield tax returns from House committee

A federal judge on Tuesday rule that the Treasury Department may disclose former President Donald Trump’s tax records to the House Ways and Means Committee.

U.S. District Judge Trevor N. McFadden postponed the ruling, as he expected an appeal. Trump’s lawyers argued that the filing was only requested by House Democrats as a way to disclose Trump’s finances, but McFadden denied this, writing that the attorneys were “wrong.” A long line of Supreme Court cases demanding great respect for valid congress questions Even a special referendum for former presidents did not change the outcome .”

The commission requested six years of tax records as part of an investigation into the effectiveness of the Internal Revenue Service’s presidential audit program. Judge Trump rules can’t shield tax returns from House committee


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