Says Treasury Is 'Unable' to Release Trump's Tax Returns to House Chairman Despite Law
Law is clear.
The law is clear: Mnuchin does not have a choice.
A 1924 law passed after the Teapot-Dome scandal allows for this simple request.
According to a report from the Washington Post, House Ways and Means Committee Chair Richard E. Neal (D-MA) on Saturday submitted a letter to the IRS...
The laws are clear, according to legal experts, who say the IRS "shall" hand over the tax returns of any person in the U.S. if requested...
"There is, however, a law requiring every federal 'employee' who touches the tax system to do their duty or be removed from office."
Mnuchin appears to be stonewalling.
"The process is designed to be walled off from White House interference."
Dartmouth Economics professor calls for Mnuchin to "resign."
"Today could be a bloodbath."
“I’m not going to comment on whether it is a real thing or not a real thing.”
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