Listen: Congress, Donald Trump And President discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Thousands of pages that I would assume that President Trump's taxes will be my guest says most of them don't do their own taxes. And I certainly don't trust them to look through the decades of success that the president has and determine anything he's filled out hundreds of pages in a financial disclosure form a disgust overreach that they are making when they're not doing this based on policy and it puts every American who's filled out tax reform or. Tax forms in the past. It's just a question. Have you filed your everybody? Have you filed your taxes yet? I'm almost finished. Oh my God. How quickly can Chris Wallace wants to move to that? Let's just let's end on a jovial note here. That congress may be not intelligent that the congress people may not be intelligent is no is going to be a tough defense as to why voters get to decide that. And. Apparently, there's I I don't even know why I know this. And I think it's even stupid, and I don't want to repeat it. And I'll express it only in the context of like, I don't know why there's this obligation. But I think it was the New York Times reported that there's like ten or eleven accountants in congress, which who cares. The idea that Donald Trump and Sarah Sanders think that congress might be too stupid to look at his taxes. That's"