Trump says tax returns release will ‘lead to horrible things for so many people’ – as it happened

 Michael Cohen reacts to Trump's tax returns: "Donald's time has come"

Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen and investigative reporter for The New York Times David Fahrenthold discuss with Nicolle Wallace the release of the former president's tax returns by the House Ways and Means Committee and what the release means for Trump going forward.

Trump has won against the January 6th Committee.

According to Harmeet Dhillon last night, the January 6th Committee has dropped their subpoena of Trump to testify before the committee.

“After my firm filed suit on separation of powers grounds to block January 6 House Select Committee’s illegitimate subpoena to President Trump over his activities while president— the committee waved the white flag & withdrew subpoena.”

 

Trump responds to release of returns

Donald Trump has responded to the release of his tax returns by Democrats on the House ways and means committee, saying that they “show how proudly successful I have been”.

In a statement released by his campaign, Trump pushed back against the move, saying: “The Democrats should have never done it, the supreme court should have never approved it, and it’s going to lead to horrible things for so many people.”

He continued: “The great USA divide will now grow far worse. The radical, left Democrats have weaponized everything, but remember, that is a dangerous two-way street!

“The ‘Trump’ tax returns once again show how proudly successful I have been and how I have been able to use depreciation and various other tax deductions as an incentive for creating thousands of jobs and magnificent structures and enterprises.”

We all knew that Trump would never really be forced to show up to testify to Pelosi’s hack committee because he would run the clock out, and that’s exactly what happened. Kudos to his team for living up to expectations and defeating this.



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