Andrew Cuomo Calls Trump Tax Decision a “Victory for Democracy” as President Has Twitter Meltdown

Andrew Cuomo destroys Mitch McConnell at his press conference

Andrew Cuomo praised the Supreme Court’s decision to allow New York prosecutors access to Donald Trump’s tax returns on Thursday but the President himself was not happy.

The Governor of New York welcomed the news that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has the right to present the President returns to a grand jury. He is seeking eight years’ worth of Trump’s personal and business records. read more

Democratic Rep. Hakeem Jeffries: “The President Is Behaving Like a King” by Withholding His Tax Returns

The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today about Donald Trump’s tax returns. It’s not clear how the justices will vote, but Democrat Hakeem Jeffries has made his position clear. read more

IRS fails to meet congressional deadline to hand over Trump tax returns

By David Morgan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday failed to meet a congressional deadline for turning over President Donald Trump’s tax returns to lawmakers, setting the stage for a court battle between Congress and the administration. read more

Mnuchin says ‘analyzing the law’ on Trump tax return request

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Monday he will follow the law regarding Congress’ request for U.S. President Donald Trump’s tax returns but reiterated his concerns about lawmakers’ demands for the documents. read more

Trumps Could Owe New York State $400 Million in Taxes & Penalties

A leading business publication in New York City has reported that President Donald Trump and his siblings could owe New York state more than $400 million.

Crain’s New York came up with that figure, which includes unpaid taxes, interest and penalties, after the blockbuster New York Times report about the Trump family’s finances. The report said that Donald Trump’s parents left the president and his siblings more than $1 billion worth of real estate and cash, most of which was not taxed. read more