Parliament is loud Ministry of Justice “Compulsory interest” on former President Trump’s tax revenues. Tax authorities should send this now. This may be tricky for Trump.
The U.S. Department of Justice has instructed tax officials to recover tax records from the former president Donald Trump The House of Representatives should be available to the committee. Under the Trump administration, the judiciary has refused to hand over documents.
Now the Presidential Judiciary has been announced Joe BidenParliament has a “compelling interest” to clarify whether the president has accepted unauthorized funding from abroad or has been affected by foreigners, perhaps “personal economic problems”.
Trump opposed the release in court
The Ministry of Finance should instruct the IRS, the tax authority, to hand over confidential documents to the Finance and Taxation Commission.
Contrary to political norms in the United States, real estate entrepreneur Trump did not disclose his tax revenue as a candidate or later president. He opposed surrender to the Supreme Court. A lawyer’s office in New York has obtained the documents, but no details are allowed to be made public – unless there is an investigation.
Details can be published
Handing it over to Congress is too lenient for Trump: there, the group of people authorized to access is somewhat large and, under certain conditions, personal details may be released during the committee hearing. In addition, confidential information is constantly leaked from parliament.
Chairman of the House of Representatives, Democrat Nancy Pelosi, Immediately hailed the decision as a “victory for the rule of law”. He wrote on Twitter that access to Republican tax records was a national security issue. “The American people deserve to know the facts about the conflicts of their interests and how they undermine our security as president,” Pelosi said.
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