Trump lost more than $1 billion from 1985 to 1994 — Newspaper

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Newspaper: Trump lost more than $1 billion from 1985 to 1994

After consultations with the Ministry of justice he is not entitled, therefore, to the tax returns. And this provision applies to private individuals as well as government employees, a fact that should be considered by the New York Times' source.

Trump didn't pay taxes for eight of the 10 years Due to his business declines, the newspaper reported. However, there is little precedent for utilizing it as a means to probe a president's tax information. In defending himself, the president tweeted that, as a real estate developer, it was not uncommon to "show losses and tax losses in nearly all cases". Much was non monetary.

"You would get it by building, or even buying", he continued. Many of these write-offs were non-monetary, Trump added.

However, on the next day, Trump slammed the NY Times report as "fake news".

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What we do know is that in previous incidents, the government did not attempt to prosecute the publisher of tax return information. The chief alternatives are to file a suit or to subpoena the IRS to your yields.

"It would be useful to see his tax returns", Pelosi said at an event sponsored by The Washington Post. Then the Congress could go to court.

"It has been made clear that this information is not being sought to further a valid legislative goal, but instead to try to embarrass a political enemy", Brady said in a letter to Neal.

The Treasury secretary is correct. "To properly exercise congressional oversight authority, courts have long held that a valid legislative goal is required for all congressional investigations". Mnuchin, who oversees the IRS, responded that he was considering the request while making arguments as to why Neal was not entitled to the documents.

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Mr Neal said he requested the financial records as part of his responsibility for conducting oversight of the tax system, and as related to the wide-ranging investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. elections.

Mnuchin had informed Neal on Tuesday that he refused the release of the tax returns.

On 3 April, the Ways and Means Committee requested the Treasury Department release confidential tax returns and other tax information of Trump and related business entities for the 2013-2018 period.

The Democrats on Mr Neal's committee have argued that they need access to the President's tax returns in order to understand how the IRS administers the presidential audit program even as Republicans and the Treasury Department have argued it is not a legitimate legislative goal.

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The president's lawyer, Charles Harder, told the NY Times that IRS transcripts before the days of electronic filing are notoriously inaccurate and would not be able to provide a reasonable picture of any taxpayer's return.

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