Listen: President, United States And Richard Neal discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Have. Treasury department blew through the deadline that the Democrats lay down for the. Legal exercise of their legal right in congress to see tax returns, not something they should be doing on a regular basis. But in the context of the president of the United States who has. Quite clearly lied about his business interests relative to his role as a president. We know at the very least he had claimed that he had stopped pursuing a multi-million hundred million dollar deal in. Moscow. I think it was for a building and had claimed that he had stopped pursuing that. And then hadn't that in. And of itself is a good reason to look at the tax returns. But of course, there's been a lot of reports that he has avoided taxes in the past. I don't know that that's actionable. Maybe he did it ten years ago as opposed to seven years ago. And, but it's always nice to know that the guy who is president United States may have been a complete scofflaw for an extended period of time. But Sarah Sanders has an interesting repose is the what I'm looking for response. Repulsed riposte to. To the request of Democrats too. Send the tax returns there. Richard Neal, Massachusetts, he's the house and ways committee chairman. Sent a second letter to the IRS on Saturday in his push to obtain taxes. Trump's tax returns. After the agency had missed the original deadline. Neil now said that. Concerns"