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14:08 min | 2 years ago

"mr. robey coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Six of the audit requirements again, I would be happy in a smaller non-public setting to go through with the appropriate, congressional members what exactly the audit procedures are I would also just comment on this issue. And I know there's a lot of interest in both sides on this issue. I again, I think it's an important issue that impacts everybody. And if this issue goes through the courts, I think it's better that we have the court's interpretation, if there is a difference than establish a precedent that is weaponising the with respect mister secretary the automatic audit procedure that was established was established with respect to a president United States. That was the concern that led to that isn't that bookcase? And the vice president, Mike okay fair enough so that audit procedure wasn't set up for anybody any elected official any citizen. It was expressed concern about the president nited states because the president, of course, is in charge of the executive branch which ultimately overseas. The IRS and this is part of the manuals, it's a matter of public interest is to whether or not that special audit procedure includes a review of a president's business enterprises, that seems to me miss secretary something that should be answered in public. I'm not asking about any particular present his point time, I'm asking, what is the process of the IRS with respect to the automatic audit of a president in, I again, I've reviewed the process of the audit and how it works and everything else, I'd be more than happy. These specific questions, you'll have a you have a manual. It's a public manual and I'm asking you because it's not clear in the public manual, whether or not a president's business enterprises are part of that automatic audit. Yes or no? And again, I've told you that I'm going to look into that, and get back to you. You don't know as of today again. We have been focused on, okay? The procedures, and I think you appreciate it's my obligation not to interfere in any individuals taxes that the procedures we have followed in the very specific question that you've answered I said, I'd get back to you. Underscores the reason congress, originally wanted independent review about whether the IRS was properly enforcing tax laws with respect to respectively. President president has publicly said that his businesses in everything or under audit. So I don't think it's any surprise to any tax any person in the public or me or anyone else. So I don't see why I would have asked that question as it relates to the current year when he's already publicly said it, but we'll look into it and get back to Senator Chris van Holland questioning the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin at today's appropriations subcommittee hearing. WCS PFM, Washington. Has one question. But I don't want to lose on trying to thought here. Listen carefully to my good friend, Senator prevent holidays. Usually has really good questions. But I won't put it. Give you another perspective. Senator John Kennedy. You know, the saints lost the chance to go to the Super Bowl this year. I'm not blaming, there was a defendant for the Rams Mr. Robey Coleman. Who hit our guy pass interference. Vigor Dallas front of the world didn't call it. You know, I was upset by that. But that has nothing to do what I'm about you ask you, I'd like to see his income tax just to see if he's paying taxes. Should I would you share them with me? I wasn't sure if you were asking for the referee or both. Of you can want them all so that you can find out which person, you know, that's my job is to make sure that people there faxes when I just kind of like to see their taxes. I'm a United States. Senator you can trust me. I'm only. Be really curious about seeing lots of beer people's taxes, as well. But I. This and I know Senator van Hollen, he, he's a very serious intelligent, man. And he makes very valid points. I'm letting respond I, I used to collect taxes for the state, Louisiana sector department revenue and people's taxes were sacrosanct. Nobody could see them nobody, especially no disrespect. I'm one of you politicians Senate. Well, Mr Chairman as you know, the referee of that game and I happen to agree with you on the call. But come on. I mean the referee of that game, obviously, doesn't oversee the Commissioner of the IRS. Right. Secretary of treasury and beyond sectarian charge the president United States. And that's the entire reason that the statute was put in place, originally, because of that power relationship within the executive branch and congress as an independent branch one eight. To make sure that the laws are faithfully executed. Would be able to verify whether or not the IRS was properly enforcing the law. So I agree with you on the call and saints game. But with with respect that has nothing to do with. Whether or not the president of the United States. Whether the congress has a right to verify whether or not the IRS is properly enforcing the wall there. And we have we have the precedent, of course Jon original law. We have the example of president Nixon who stated publicly that the IRS had confirmed. He had paid the taxes due and owing. And in fact, it was the joint congressional committee that determined that the IRS was wrong. So I appreciate the opportunity to say if he works. Thank you, Mr. Koons. Quick question. Follow up on zones. Something as centered Langford also spoke about I was an original co sponsor of the investing in opportunity, which helped create them, I really want to see the program succeed. I believe it can I was disappointed that some of the transparency measures in the original Bill were stripped out when it was enacted. I know in order for us to assess whether opportunities owns are succeeding. Whether we need to tweak them, we need data. So I think the treasury should be collecting transactional level, data Senator Bennett night, urged in a letter to you in November that you move forward on it. Thank you for your response to the letter and for issuing, the RFI. I just wanted to hear a commitment that will work together to implement strong transaction level reporting requirements for opportunities owns so that congress can conduct appropriate oversight and can work to make sure that opportunities owns are actually delivering the benefits for communities, which I think all of us supported. In the initial drafting. I let me just say my understanding is a technical issue as to why this was stripped out of the Bill, not a policy issue. You have my personal assurance that we first of all we very much support opportunities owns, we think it's very important effort that has bipartisan support, and we are fully committed to making sure we have the proper transparency on this for congress. Now, Mr Chairman, if I could just make one other comment because there been so much interest. I wish there is as much interest in IRS monetization at this committee, is there is on this tax return issue. But let me just comment. I take great comfort in. There are different views on this, and this is why we have a constitution, and we have a third branch of government that I'm assuming to the extent that congress extent that I we haven't made a decision, but I think you can guess which way we're leaning on our subpoena to the extent that we don't, and there is litigation. I take great comfort that there's a third. Branch of government to deal with this important issue. Why God made federal judges? I've just got to quit. What questions? They'll be questions and we'll get you out of here. I'm going read from my, my colleagues notes here. So I don't get it. Wrong. The IRS knows, and our commissioners, coming in a moment, but I want you to hear this if you would mister treasury. Respectfully that rests knows who's money. And there's a list of people who will money and I'm not talking about it allegedly. There's a final judgment. That list goes to the bureau of the fiscal service. Now that's the part of treasury that cuts the checks. All right. So far. All right. So you are the bureau operates something known as the federal payment Levy program. That cross checks, the payments federal contracts. Who are money because we don't want to be doing business with consultants or contractors and giving them tax payer money when they're not paying their fair share. And I'm not talking about a tax. I mean I'm talking about final judgement. You owe it. According to the treasury inspector general for tax administration. A lot of federal agencies don't participate. In the Levy program. I mean, we're paying out tens and cans and tens of millions of dollars every year. Two consultants and contractors that people though the United States government money. And I need your help get in that strike. I'm only get a shepherd meeting with you, and our Commissioner. I'm going to ask him about this. I mean, this is low hanging fruit. This is unconscionable. Second thing I want to point out to you quickly. I don't know if you know this and again, you didn't you didn't birth this child, but you got to raise it. The, the department of treasury. Is holding on to twenty four billion not million billion Manzi rose and matured. Unredeemed US savings bonds now these savings bonds that have matured. So interest is no longer running. And the US department of treasury. I'm not blaming you got a list. Of all Americans to this monies owed, it's their money. It's not our money twenty four billion dollars. And you know what we're doing to get it back to them. Nothing. Zero nada. Why don't we just turn that money over to the states, all of which have an unclaimed property program and do the right thing? These are people who already most of them are tax payers, when, when they owe the government money. The government is all over them to pay. Now government owes them money. Why don't we give it back home? I would like an answer that one. Okay. Well, I comment on I appreciate the inspector general's work and raising this issue to us into you. I think it's an important issue and you have my commitment, we will work on that with you. I think the Commissioner is share that view. This is this is low hanging fruit now on the second issue of unredeemed savings bonds. That'd be happy to have a private meeting with you and your staff. I have spent time on this in operation for this issue. So let me first say this is not like other unclaimed property. Okay. This is a federal obligation and the federal government intends that any person who owns any of those bonds that we will give them back their money. It is not as simple as us having a list some of this stuff goes back a long periods of time. Some of this information is on microfiche. The cost of us going back and getting this information in many times in a way, that would be useful to find the tax payer would far exceed the amount of money that in many cases, this is a couple of hundred dollars. So one thing I would not do is go out and spend more of the federal government's money to try to find people than we owed to them. I can assure you, we will work with the states. But if the money is unclaimed. Our intention is now let me just say in very specific situations. If my understanding someone's died without a will, and things like that, and those cases, we will turn it over to the states, but I am not going to write a twenty four billion dollar check on behalf of the federal government to spend more money than defined it. But I can assure you, we will work with the states in any way that is reasonable to deal with this issue. Fair enough. You were this close to being done, and Senator mansion cash, right? I like Senator man low. Glad he's here. We have the opportunity to answer some of his questions, I always look forward to that. Testimony from the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, a lot of questions around the president's tax return. So I'm just I'm just gonna say if you wanna talk about the IRS modernization. I really look forward to that..

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"mr. robey coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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14:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr. robey coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Politico. A lot of conservative Republicans state are moving to. To restrict abortion act at Hartfield, which essentially abortion is prohibited after a fetal heartbeat typically around six weeks. Pregnancy has begun have been common leave Georgia state dry in the fourth year. This Alabama goes a little further essentially, to abortion is crooked at any point during the stories shaping Washington today. I'll ahead on C span radio and we begin on Capitol Hill, where the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin testified on his department's budget. But for Democrats the questions they wanted answers on the president's tax returns, will the department comply with a congressional order to release six years of Donald Trump's returns in a word. No, that from the Treasury Secretary more just ahead. The other issue before the Treasury Secretary, eight, pending vote on the US, Mexico, Canada trade deal known as US MCA the US is nearing an agreement with those two countries to roll back its tariffs on steel and other metal imports. Now, if that occurs it would potentially end a standoff that has heightened tensions. Among the three countries since the president imposing those tariffs last year. More from today's Senate appropriations subcommittee hearing, ended the Treasury Secretary, I have been involved in these discussions with President Trump for, for almost the last two years now from the original meeting, at mar-a-lago with President Trump and president she, there was an acknowledgement that we needed to rebalance trade relationship that it was too far in one direction. Our economy was open to them, and their economy was not open to us. So under the direction of both presidents we started working on rebalancing the relationship more recently, I would say since December of this year, I have been working very closely with embassador lighthizer. I think we're in the eleventh round of discussions, as I said several weeks ago, I thought we were very close to a historic agreement. With china. That would be good for us in good for them. If we can open up markets and compete fairly. I think this is one of the biggest opportunities for American workers and American companies. So we have been working hard on this, as I said, this is a very detailed agreement. It has seven chapters, dealing with lots of different issues. We've had the interagency from all the departments involved in this, I think, as you know, ambassador lighthizer, and I gave a press conference a few weeks ago two weeks ago. Now that things had gone in a different direction. I think we had a constructive meeting with the vice premier and that he came here. We're continuing discussions. There's still a lot of work to do, but I can assure you that President Trump is determined that we have free and fair trade and wants to have a fair relationship with rules that we can compete fairly. I've said my expectation is, we will most likely go to Beijing at some point in the near future to continue those discussions, and I think it's President Trump's expectation to meet with president Xi at the g twenty at the end of June. So the president has put in place tariffs. To use that in a way to create a fair and a fair agreement. The New York Times writing the following today. Quote the persistence of these tariffs has angered, Canada and Mexico, which hoped that they would be lifted after the countries agreed to a revised version of the North American Free trade agreement, known as the possibility that a resolution to the matter is at hand suggesting that the president is seeking to smooth relations with America's neighbors to the north and south is his trade. Dispute continues with China continues to escalate more details than NY times dot com now to the issue of the president's tax returns which dominated much of today's hearing Senator Chris van Holland in Maryland repeatedly pressed the Treasury Secretary on whether he agrees, the congress has an interest in verifying that the IRS is fairly enforcing the law, and making sure the president is paying the taxes that he owes. My question is did the IRS chief counsel? Michael, Desmond agree with the decision to refuse the handover the president's tax returns. In response to chairman Neil's request. Again any comments that we would have with council. I don't wanna make a comment on what my council said or speak for their council. But yes, my understanding is that is the case, and that, that the IRS Commissioner relied upon that advice as I as I relied upon advice from my counsel. So I believe that's the case you have a recession Chico chief counsel at the IRS again. I've had conversations with the four of us on the phone. Yes. And I've never heard anything that the chief counsel thought otherwise. All right. Mister secretary after it was learned that president Nixon had not paid the taxes. Do an owing despite the fact that the IRS had reviewed those tax returns, the IRS began to require an automatic audit of the tax returns of the president of the United States. My questions this if a person becomes president while they are being audited for tax returns from earlier years, does the IRS is automatic presidential audit procedure also include the prior year tax returns as part of that audit. I don't know the answer to that. But I can look into it, I do know that the audit requirements of our the current years, but I'd be happy to look into that issue. And get back to you. I think the fact that it's difficult to answer that question again underscores the congressional concern about whether or not the tax laws are being fairly applied. Let me ask you this does audit, does the auto Matic, IRS audit include a review of all of a president's underlying business enterprises. Against since the president has publicly commented that he was under audit for prior years. That was not an issue that I needed to look into as it relates to the specifics of the audit requirements. Again, I would be happy in a smaller non-public setting to go through with the appropriate, congressional members what exactly the audit procedures are I would also just comment on this issue. And I know there's a lot of interest in both sides on this issue. I again, I think it's an important issue that impacts everybody. And if this issue goes through the courts, I think it's better that we have the court's interpretation, if there is a difference, then establish a precedent, that is weaponising the with respect mister secretary the automatic audit procedure that was established was established with respect to a president United States. That was the concern that led to that isn't that case and the vice president night. Okay. Fair enough from today's hearing and then exchange with Senator Chris van Holland and the Treasury Secretary last Friday. Congressman Richard Neal, who is the chair of the House Ways and means committee, issuing a subpoena to the Treasury Secretary and the IRS Commissioner seeking six years of the president's tax returns and audit records, taking essentially the next formal step in the dispute between congressional Democrats and the treasury department or the Treasury Secretary, telling. The House Ways and means committee earlier today that he expects the courts to resolve the conflict between the ministration and it's chairman, we'll have more on that part of the story with Richard Rubin of the Wall Street Journal, but more from today's Senate subcommittee hearing, and Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana. Coach has one quick question. But I don't want to lose on trying to thought here. Listen carefully to Meguid, Princeton, Ventanas usually has really good questions. But I want put it give you another perspective. You know, the same sauce the chance to go to the Super Bowl this year. I'm not blaming him. There was a defendant for the Rams risk Mr. Robey Coleman. Who had hit our guy has an offense bigger Dallas front of the world, didn't call it. You know, I was upset not. But that has nothing to do, what about you ask you, I'd like to see his income tax. Just to see if he's Panish facts. Would you share them with me? I wasn't sure if you were asking for the referee or both. All right. What kind of you can want them all so that you can find out which person you now set? Oh, no. That's my job is to make sure that people buy factors when I've just kind of like to see their taxes. I'm United States. Senator you can trust me won't wake up. I'd be really curious about seeing lots of beer people's taxes, as well. But I live in this, and I know Senator van Hollen, he, he's a very serious intelligent, man. And he makes Mary valid points. I'm letting respond I, but I, I used to collect taxes for the state, Louisiana sector department revenue and people's taxes were sacrosanct. Nobody could see him nobody, especially no disrespect. I'm one of you politicians with more in today's hearing. Richard Rubin is joining us on capital hill. He is US tax policy. Reporter for the Wall Street Journal in boy. It got contentious today in it. Yeah. This is, you know that's been simmering for awhile and you know. Just the perfect moment for an appropriation hearing about the president's next returns. But while you've got the Commissioner in secretary in the room that's inevitably what they were going to get asked about so bottom line explain the issue, what is the White House stance on all of this. You use the White House. The secretary Mnuchin gave me pretty clear, David, he's not been consulted, by the way to the White House in order to do anything, by the White House, or the president is very much registry in its response. So where we stand as the way to means the house has the ability to request anybody tax returns from the IRA and the requirement independent says the secretary or the Commissioner shall furnish to turn over whatever for, and they've asked for that secures of the president's personal and business tax returns, and they haven't turned them over. They basically say that congress has overstepped its constitutional authority here and where we stand now is the German Neil issued a subpoena for the record in this region indicated but didn't say today that the he's not going to comply when that comes on Friday and so what happens. I mean, what will congressional Democrats? Do the White House. The president has said very clearly he's not going to release his tax returns in clearly, there has to be some communication between the Treasury Secretary and the president on this. Mr. said, no. There haven't been communication with between the way secretary on this, that they've relied on Jay lawyers, and treasury lawyers, I wrestler, but not, not on the White House in what happens next. I think it's going to be the Democrats moves to, they use the congressional inherent contempt powers to try to. I'm. Mnuchin or indoor Commissioner Israel's ready. Do they go straight to federal court and try and get the subpoena and do they do both of those things how quickly they move? You know, the one Mnuchin said, a subpoena of and that, again, kick this to get another phase of one branch versus the other which delays the process, potentially as you indicated moves into the courts and gives the president would he wants more time. Correct. Yeah. Presumably looked his going to get resolved one way or the other in the courts. And so Neil is has said that. Expectation is that some federal judge. And we started seeing the different but related cases week on liquor your quest from the over, I think the oversight committee. Duplicated in triplicated across the various committees that all their request into very heavy administration all getting denied though. The congress will look to exert its power in ways that it has or the purse to power of inherent. But then, also in the ways of trying to use the federal court system, defined third branch net, other arbiter out there to train, get the administration to do the things that it won't be. We're talking with Richard Rubin. He covers US tax policy for the Wall Street Journal as you talk to congressional Democrats is you watch the body movements of the Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. What's the frustration level? Like on Capitol Hill and at the treasury department over all of this. I mean well. You're talking to commission was not thrilled to beginning questions about the happy to after the hearings. Happy to talk to us about GARRETT'S budget near enforcement priorities in modern it agency. Talked a lot about secretary on the other hand leaching called the really important issue is sort of happy to explain where he is. You've seen will be somewhat reluctant to both some, some of that is in legal caution of trying to say things that can be used against him in court. But he's been mo- somewhat lower miss and more cautious than other Democrats in Bandon, Democrat Clinton, really frustrating..

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"mr. robey coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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13:27 min | 2 years ago

"mr. robey coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Lead paint dry it in the fourth year? Alabama goes a little further essentially, an abortion is prohibited at any point during pregnancy. Stories shaping Washington today. I'll ahead on C span radio and we begin on Capitol Hill, where the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin testified on his department's budget. But for Democrats the questions they wanted answers on the president's tax returns, will the department comply with a congressional order to release six years of Donald Trump's returns in a word. No, that from the Treasury Secretary more just ahead. The other issue before the Treasury Secretary, eight, pending vote on the US, Mexico, Canada trade deal known as US MCA the US is nearing an agreement with those two countries to rollback its tariffs on steel and other metal imports. Now, if that occurs it would potentially end a standoff that has heightened tensions among the three countries since the president imposing those tariffs last year. More from today's Senate appropriations subcommittee hearing and the Treasury Secretary. I have been involved in these discussions with President Trump for, for almost. Last two years now from the original meeting at more, log go with President Trump and president shea. There was an acknowledgement that we needed to rebalance the trade relationship that it was too far in one direction. Our economy was open to them, and their economy was not open to us. So under the direction of both presidents we started working on rebalancing the relationship more recently, I would say since December of this year, I have been working very closely with. Embassador lighthizer. I think we're in the eleventh round of discussions, as I said several weeks ago, I thought we were very close to a historic agreement with China. That would be good for us and good for them. If we can open up markets and compete fairly. I think this is one of the biggest opportunities for American workers and American companies. So we have been working hard on this, as I said, this is a very detailed agreement. It has seven chapters, dealing with lots of different issues. We've had the inter agency from all the departments involved in this, I think, is, you know, ambassador lighthizer I gave a press conference few weeks ago two weeks ago. Now that things had gone in a different direction. I think we had a constructive meeting with the vice premier and that he came here. We're continuing discussions. There's still a lot of work to do, but I can assure you that President Trump is determined that we have free and fair trade and wants to have a fair relationship with rules that we can compete fairly. I've said my expectation is, we will most likely go to Beijing at some point in the near future to continue those discussions, and I think it's President Trump's expectation to meet with president Xi at the G twenty at the end of June. So the president has put in place tariffs. To use that in a in a way to create a fair and a fair agreement. The New York Times writing the following today. Quote the persistence of these tariffs has angered, Canada and Mexico, which hoped that they would be lifted after the countries agreed to a revised version of the North American Free trade agreement, known as US MCA, the possibility that resolution to the matter is at hand suggesting that the president is seeking to smooth relations with America's neighbors to the north and south and since trade dispute continues with China continues to escalate more details at NY times dot com now to the issue of the president's tax returns, which dominated much of today's hearing Senator Chris van, Holland Maryland repeatedly pressing the Treasury Secretary on whether he agrees, the congress has an interest in verifying that the IRS is fairly enforcing the law, and making sure the president is paying the taxes that he owes. My question is did the IRS chief counsel? Michael, Desmond agree with the decision to refuse to hand over the presence tax returns in response to chairman Neil's request. Again any comments that we would have with council. I don't wanna make comment on what my council said or speak for their council. But yes, my understanding is that is the case, and that, that the IRS Commissioner relied upon that advice as I as I relied upon advice from my counsel. So I believe that's the case you have conversation chief counsel at the IRS again. I've had conversations with the four of us on the phone. Yes. And I've never heard anything that the chief counsel thought otherwise. All right. Mister secretary after it was learned that president Nixon had not paid the taxes. Do an owing despite the fact that the IRS had reviewed those tax returns, the IRS began to require an automatic audit of the tax returns of the president of the United States. My questions this if a person becomes president while they are being audited for tax returns from earlier years, does the IRS is automatic presidential audit procedure also include the prior year tax returns as part of that audit. I don't know the answer to that. But I can look into it, I do know that the audit requirements of our the current years, but I'd be happy to look into that issue. And get back to you. I think the fact that it's difficult to answer that question again underscores the congressional concern about whether or not the tax laws are being fairly applied. Let me ask you this audit just automatic IRS audit include a review of all of a president's underlying business enterprises. Again, since the president has publicly commented that he was under audit for prior years. That was not an issue that I needed to look into as it relates to the specifics of the audit requirements, again, I would be happy in a smaller non-public setting to go through with the appropriate, congressional members what exactly the audit procedures are I would also just comment on this issue. And I know there's a lot of interest in both sides on this issue. I again, I think it's an important issue that impacts everybody. And if this issue goes through the courts, I think it's better that we have the court's interpretation, if there is a difference than establish a precedent that is weaponising the with respect mister secretary the automatic audit procedure that was established was established with respect to a president United States. That was the concern that led to that isn't that case and the vice president okay fair enough from today's hearing, and then exchange with Senator Chris van Holland and the Treasury Secretary last Friday. Congressman Richard Neal, who is the chair of the House Ways and means committee, issuing a subpoena to the Treasury Secretary and the IRS Commissioner seeking six years of the president's tax returns audit records taking essentially the next formal step in the dispute between congressional Democrats and the treasury department when the Treasury Secretary telling. The House Ways and means committee earlier today that he expects the courts to resolve the conflict between the ministration and it's chairman, we'll have more on that part of the story with Richard Rubin of the Wall Street Journal, but more from today's Senate subcommittee hearing, and Republican Senator John Kennedy Louisiana. One quick question, but I don't want to lose on trying to thought here. And listen carefully. Invent holidays. Usually has really good questions. But I want put it give you another perspective. You know, the saints lost the chance to Super Bowl this year. I'm not blaming him. There was a defendant for the Rams risk Mr. Robey Coleman. Who had hit our guy, s an affair bigger Dallas front of the world didn't call it. You know, I was upset by. But that has nothing to do what about you asking? I'd like to see his income taxes, just to see if he's paying his taxes. Would you share them with me? I wasn't sure if you were asking for the referee or both. It was. What have you can want them all? So that you can find out which person you know, that's my job is to make sure that people pay their taxes, just kind of like to see their taxes. I'm the United States. Senator you can trust me. I'm only them. I really curious about seeing lots of beer people's taxes as well. But I live in this, and I know some van Hollen. He he's a very serious intelligent, man. And he makes very valid points. I'm already respond. I. But I, I used to collect taxes for the state, Louisiana sector department revenue and people's taxes, were sacrosanct. Nobody could seem nobody, especially no disrespect. I'm one of you Bala Titians with more internees hearing, Richard Rubin. Joining us on capital hill. He is US tax policy reporter for the Wall Street Journal. And boy had got contentious today in it. Yes, that's been simmering for a while. And, you know, just a perfect moment. So in a probation hearing wasn't a about the president of tax returns. But while you've got the Commissioner in Turkey secretary in the room that's inevitably what they're going to get asked about a lot of money explained the issue, what is the White House stance on all of this. You use the White House. The picket Mnuchin gates made pretty clear that he's not been consulted control to the White House in order to doing anything, by the White House or the president. This is very much treasury in its response. So, where we stand as the which the other way to means house has the ability to go request anybody tax returns from the IRA and the requirement says the secretary or the Commissioner shell furnace, they have to turn over whenever four and they've asked for that secures, the president's personal and business tax returns, and they hadn't turn them over, they basically Congress's overstepped at the constitutional authority here and now. In the German Neal's issued a subpoena for the record and Mr. Mnuchin indicated but didn't take today that. The he's not going to comply when that comes on Friday. And so what happens? I mean, what will congressional Democrats do the White House? The president has said very clearly he's not going to release his tax returns and clearly there has to be some communication between the Treasury Secretary and the president on this. No. There haven't been communication with between the way secretary on this date. Jay lawyers. Layers, but not not on the White House, in what happens next. Next thing you know, it's going to be the Democrats move today. Use the congressional inherent contempt powers to try to. Mnuchin or indoor commissioners, do they go straight to federal court and get the subpoena, and do they do both? How quickly do you know the one have noted with the peanut then that, again, kick this to get another phase of one branch versus the other which delays the process, potentially as you indicated moves into the courts and gives the president what he wants more time? Correct. Presumably looked going to get with one way or the other in the courts. And so Neil. Said that. Expectation is. But some judge and we started. The different but related cases we can record. Request from the over. Years. Duplicated in triplicated across the various committees that all have their request into dairy administration all getting denied the congress will look to exert its power in ways that it has the power of inherent. But then, also in the ways of trying to use the federal court system to find third brain other arbiter out there to train, get the administration to do the things that it won't do. We're talking with Richard Rubin. He covers US tax policy for the Wall Street Journal as you talk to congressional Democrats as you watch the body movements of the Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. What's.

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04:27 min | 3 years ago

"mr. robey coleman" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"We're in New York City. Like fifty floors up. I'm standing outside. I'm like, that's the that's the edge. Like, there's no railings allow I'm good. I'm staying inside anything y'all shoot. For me is going to have to be on the inside. That is weird first of all because you're in control of your body. You're very athletic person. No one's gonna push over the edge. You can walk to the yourself to that is a perfect transition into our next story. There's a new exclusive hang out spot in Manhattan, keeping moving hit the hit the brakes. Let's take a look at something that happened recently in this great city Manhattan, you see that that is they couch. Stuck in a tree? Jalen rose. Look at that that couch injury. You need to tell me exactly what circumstances led to that. Real life size couch ending up in that real life size tree. Okay. I can do that. Explain to me what happened where you're shooting the video. No, here's here's how that go. How I play your confidence with this go you've had that couch in the family for so long. Oh, yes. March. Counted, you know, but you wanna preserve it wanna keep it in the family, keep hoarding it. Okay. And finally, you like, you know, what I'm sick of this college. So what should I do with it? We're on a nineteenth floor. Should I pay somebody to come get this thing out of here to throw it away? A okay, he should I end or somebody who's helping me log this thing nineteen floors to put inference there. Yeah. Go around those corners all the time. We're just thought the room just don't through you'd think that they just went up to the top of the roof. Just like you and your impeded EMP. To one. Yes. Three threw it off the roof and not only did they do that. They wait wait until it got dark. Oh, yeah. They did a night. They wanna kill somebody with couch. Okay. Second question. Do you think they had a conversation? Like, wouldn't it be dope? If we hit that tree. Do they got stuck in the? Yes. Do you think if his stat tree it a stick? Yeah. I do you do I we're gonna thought that sat right there, dude. Who think they perhaps could have been? Intoxicated. Absolutely. You've got gotta be all of us to only give his kid 'cause you can't give me a couch off the roof unless yes, some additional or something involved. With all this talk about the words and Anthony Davis. It's almost like we forgot about this football games having this weekend. Mr. rose pretty football contests coming up on Sunday between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots and the games called the toilet bowl. Oh, I have a name for spy gate, revisited you try to pitch me this one earlier. I'm not buying it spy buying it. Revisit abundant. It is called the Super Bowl. And the Rams got to the Super Bowl not solely due to. But in large part due to a myspace interference call that should have been called on the kale Roby Coleman. So now into Cal Roby? Coleman is a household name. Now, everybody wants to talk to macelroy. Komen. Well, guess what Nicole Coleman learn very quickly? There's some things that you should not say to people in the media like us because here's what he had to say about the goat. Tom Brady who he'll face the Super Bowl quote ages. Definitely taken a toll for him to still be doing it as a great compliment for him. But I think he's definitely not the same quarterback. He was the Carol. Nick, nick. In our c. Mr. Robey Coleman. Don't poke the bear don't poke the go. I've seen this half is I'm the fan. I've seen this happened with other defensive backs. Notably a safety on the Steelers where before the game, they say something, and you know, ready doesn't he's offense coordinator, let's draw something up for him. Let's draw something up for him. So based on this, quote, I'm going to predict that they will get macelroy Komen on not one but two double moves on Sunday. That's my prediction. So my question for you, Mr. rose. What do you think happened? Why did he fixes lips to say these things?.

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"mr. robey coleman" Discussed on PTI

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03:39 min | 3 years ago

"mr. robey coleman" Discussed on PTI

"So maybe what you do is you have Kyla Murray, maybe drift. Kyla marie? And you go the boys more ravens route. And you pick the quarterback who's going to run that run and pass. Or maybe you take Joe flacco haven't come down forty miles money house you lie manning, you wait for Alex Smith in a sense that you welcome him back when he's ready, but you cannot count on him. So the answer is you move quickly laws quarterback. There's some franchises that we've talked about on this air who have already named put together a depth chart and named next year's starter. That's right. I mean, people do that. It's ridiculous showy. But in the Redskins case, Tony they haven't had. When is the last time? They. Had an entrenched quarterback. It's been a while. It's they thought Alex Smith would be that guy goes Griffin was not and cousins he was a flash. By the way, I've just thought of this USB who should coach the Lakers. You only have to go fifteen feet, Jack Nicholson. Jackson, the games, he still paying attention. That'd be craving. Lebron both in the same movie business. Nickell Robey Coleman your boy. Yeah. The same Rams cornerback who should have cost his team spot in the Super Bowl with that uncalled pass it appears filthy New Orleans did a whole lot of mouth off to Bleacher report about Tom Brady slowing down. He would go quote age is definitely taken a toll. I think he's definitely not the same quarterback. He was movement speed velocity, arm, strength, whatever he was doing because of his age and all that he's not doing as much of it anymore. Close quote, Tony. These fighting words, are you? Okay. With some of this assessment. It is very possible that everything this gentleman says is true. And that he's seen it on film. Very possible. You have to be crazy to say out loud to Tom Brady, Tom Brady, and Michael Jordan are the same person they need to invent villains. And they need to play against these villains. My one would success, Michael Jordan famously did this. He invented quotes that he thought the Bradford Smith Braford said about him and destroy them in the next game. A little Bradford says said nothing in the car this guy. Said it Tom Brady who remembers every quarterback was drafted ahead of him nineteen years ago is going to do what he did to that. Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback some years back. He's going to target them. He's going to score them in any. He's going to run down the field employment at him. Well, Mr. Robey Coleman will be fine. If he's simply guests the protection of the zebras that he got. No. Is there Superdome? If he could just interfere with every patriots receiver. He'll be fine. He can turn around and point to Tom Brady. But in the meantime talks, and I really don't Tony. We're into period. Now, we've got six days a nothing. There's nothing coming out of Atlanta. And you know, one of the teams New Orleans, I'm sorry as New England and nothing's gonna come out, and they win anything say boot because the coach will bench them forever. Even if it means not playing, that's right. That's right. This nothing is going to come out of here. That matters six days of nothingness in insane talk. But I I expect Tom Brady and the patriots win the game as ralian open has come and gone in the middle of the night. Naomi osaka. Became the first woman since Jennifer Capriati in two thousand one to back up her first major win with a second straight major win and Novak Djokovic shredded Rafael Nidal to when his fifteenth major and his third row as he now goes to Paris for the joker, slam wilpon, which is the bigger deal Asaka. Tony tennis needs some young stars in these the one I'm not seeing the missile Sokha can carry it. But you gotta start somewhere. I mean, it'd be great. If tee off oh in his twenty first year sort of breaks out. He's got a couple of more guests the return of so. Yeah. Okay..

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