Hogan Gidley, the White House principal deputy press secretary, said Monday that neither Congress nor the public has the right to see President ’s tax returns as Democratic lawmakers fight to obtain them from the Treasury Department.
Gidley, asked about acting White House chief of staff ’s statement Sunday that would “never” see Trump’s tax returns, told that Mulvaney was “100% correct.”
Trump “had to fill out financial disclosure forms when he decided to run for president,” Gidley said. “People can see those. They’re public. … Democrats ran on this as a way to try and bludgeon Donald Trump saying he had done these things wrong in his taxes and it needed to be released.”
Hogan Gidley: “No