in have finally asked the Treasury Department to hand over copies of President ’s personal and business tax returns, fulfilling a promise they made last year.
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman (D-Mass.) made the request Wednesday.
“It is critical to ensure the accountability of our government and elected officials,” Neal said. “To maintain trust in our democracy, the American people must be assured that their government is operating properly, as laws intend.”
In a letter, Neal asked the to provide six years of Trump’s personal and business returns.
The documents could reveal details about how he makes money and how much tax he pays ― meaning they could expose conflicts of interest and possible