- Jun 2018
- South Dakota
"IF" he's guessing. IF he's not, then what? Does your political POV allow for that alternative?
In the meantime, inbetween times Ifound an interesting article from VOX with several responses to the question from legal beagles. Too many are academics but they have one thing in common, they all agree that if the returns are submitted they must be held in closed executive committee. One even cited the obvious. Congress leaks like a sieve could be used as a defense against producing them. Some even said that it may not survive SCOTUS as well.
Can Congress force Trump to hand over his tax returns? We asked 11 legal experts.