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I suppose that Trump figures his tax returns should be private, as provided by law, and as yours are.

Nope. The law was passed in the 1920s, so it was law when he was born--and still is today.

In addition, Spankie does NOT have a valid claim to stop or interfere with the IRS or Congress complying with the law. The law is specific: The IRS *shall* provide the tax return of *any* tax filer to the specified Congressional individual(s) on written request of the specified individual(s).>>


I don't claim to be an Xpert on obscure parts of Federal tax law ----are you?


Democrats have delighted in delaying Trump's ability to enforce laws with lawsuits. Now they get the fun of being on the receiving end of that tactic. We'll probably get a final decision on that from the Supreme Court ----in about ten years.


Enjoy!


Seattle Pioneer
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