Donald Trump fought hard to block Congress’ request. The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, Nov. 22, authorized the release of Donald Trump’s tax returns to Congress, rejecting the former Republican president’s final appeal.
A House of Representatives committee in Democratic hands has been seeking for three years until January documents the billionaire sent to tax officials between 2015 and 2020. But unlike all the tenants of the White House in the 1970s, Donald Trump has always refused to release his tax returns.
After several episodes, a federal appeals court authorized tax officials to send the documents to a House committee in late October. The real estate mogul filed an urgent appeal to the United States Supreme Court to block the transfer. It suspended 1R A November exchange of documents awaits holding the elements to decide the merits.
After receiving arguments from both sides, he rejected Donald Trump’s request on Tuesday. In keeping with its practices, it does not explain its motivations. Although it has been profoundly changed by the former president, the high court has made several setbacks on the matter and specifically authorized the transfer of financial documents in 2020 to a New York judge hearing his affairs.
Donald Trump’s lack of transparency, making his wealth a campaign argument, has fueled years of speculation about the extent of his fortune or conflicts of interest. However, it is not certain that the transfer of his tax portfolio to Congress will lift the curtain on the affairs of the just-announced septuagenarian. His candidate for the 2024 presidency.
The commission, which called for Donald Trump’s tax returns to develop ethical rules for presidential affairs, must not make them public. In January, Republicans will regain control and possibly drop the job.
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