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Congressional oversight committee will not seek Trump's tax returns

Added: 17.02.2017 2:22 | 7 views | 0 comments

President Trump’s tax returns may not become public anytime soon. Kevin Brady (R) of Texas, chairman of a congressional committee responsible for setting tax policy, has refused a letter from fellow committee member Bill Pascrell (D) of New Jersey asking that the House Ways and Means Committee use an obscure law to review the Mr. Trump's tax returns. The law would allow Ways and Means to order the Internal Revenue Service to hand over the president’s tax returns, after which the committee would decide by a vote whether to make them public if they discovered any relevant conflicts of interest.

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