Trump’s tax returns
His improbable victory came at a moment when his legacy properties were losing money and hundreds of millions in debt loomed over him.
The family tell-all by his only niece, a clinical psychologist, promises to dissect Trump’s “lethal flaws.”
Legal experts worry the Department of Justice is losing its independence.
The move marks yet another front in Trump’s ever-widening legal battle to keep his finances, and specifically his tax returns, secret.
It remains unclear why the Manhattan DA wants to see Trump’s tax returns.
The apparent admission brings new urgency to the legal clash over Deutsche, which worked more closely with Trump than any other bank over two decades.
A New York law gives Congress the "ability to fulfill its Constitutional responsibilities... and ensure that no one is above the law."
The House Ways & Means Committee is seeking Trump’s personal and business tax returns using a little-known provision of the federal tax code known as Section 6103.
Trump’s week just got worse.
“This was definitely a win for the House.”