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Democrats Turn Stubborn, Again Demanding Trump Tax Returns

The “resistance” certainly isn’t planning to back down on the subject of Trump’s taxes.

The fight for President Trump’s tax returns is back on this week, as democrats continues to inundate the IRS with requests.

Of course, this is far from the first time that the left has shown signs of obsessions on the subject, with then-candidate Trump fielding the controversy as far back as 2016.

This latest push comes after a similar request was denied just days ago.

House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal is not backing down on his request for six years of the President Donald Trump’s personal and business tax returns, he writes In a new letter sent Saturday to IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig.

In a two-page letter, Neal writes that he believes his committee is well within its rights to see the President’s tax returns and that he expects a decision from the IRS within the next 10 days.
Neal’s language was unmistakably stern.
“I expect a reply from the IRS by 5:00 p.m. on April 23, 2019. Please know that if you fail to comply, your failure will be interpreted as a denial of my request,” Neal writes.
The ultimate decision on Trump’s tax returns will likely be made by Treasury Department head honcho Steve Mnuchin, who last week sparred with California House Rep Maxine Waters in a bizarre congressional hearing.
The President and his lawyers have long maintained that an ongoing audit of the President’s taxes is the reason for their reticence to release the forms.

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