Donald Trump is annoyed, and rightfully so.
Well, to be fair, he is also purposefully being annoyed by his political rivals in Washington DC, in some sort of continuation of the “resistance” movement come to life. Robert Mueller’s report on alleged Russian “collusion” has come and gone, sort of, and the President has taken his victory lap in the wake of its findings.
The frustration that this has caused the anti-Trump crowd has now manifested itself in an attempt to, once again, unearth several years’ worth of the President’s tax returns.
Now, the IRS is preparing to respond.
IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig says his agency “anticipates” responding to congressional requests for President Donald Trump’s tax returns amid growing pressure from House Democrats for transparency. During a hearing on the IRS budget before the Senate Finance Committee, Rettig was pressed by Sen. Ron Wyden, Democrat of Oregon, on a request made by House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal, Democrat of Massachusetts, who set a deadline of Wednesday for the submission of Mr. Trump’s returns.
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