'I Don't Care' if House Democrats Release My Tax Returns

Mae Love
November 6, 2018

"I don't care", he told reporters as he arrived in IN for a campaign rally.

On Twitter, he said the vote "might be the most important of our lifetimes".

He has refused to release his tax records as other politicians and presidents have, with White House aides contending he is still in the midst of what would be a lengthy IRS audit - which itself does not bar anyone from releasing tax details. Republicans were quick to point out that the party in power typically suffers defeats in midterms. Aside from Congressional and Senate races, the outcome of a slew of state gubernatorial races will also signal the mood of the electorate two years into Mr Trump's presidency, and two years before he seeks re-election in 2020.

"A lot of people know me in my official capacity and it's one of the greatest honors of my life to serve in your administration and one of the most important jobs I'll ever have", Sanders said.

How it would happen: The idea that we might continue to fundamentally misunderstand the country's political zeitgeist - combined with the 2016 election - mean there could be something completely unexpected.

'I don't care. They can do whatever they want and I can do whatever I want, ' he responded. "We're not used to friendly crowds", Sanders said, before tailoring her message to a specific demographic. "Donald Trump has the pen, and his handwriting isn't always very good". "If they can hold down their losses their to maybe three or four, that would be a good night", said Alan I. Abramowitz, a political scientists at Emory University.

This is the outcome that most experts, and polls, are predicting once the midterms are said and done. "So it should be different", Mr. Trump said Monday.

"The investigatory powers of the House will be unleashed on the President and the Executive Branch", he said.

If Democrats fail to take back the House and make significant gains at the state level, they'll be shut out again, without a say in legislation and judicial appointments.

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Mr Trump will also need to start worrying about impeachment.

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As part of that oversight, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has named a top priority: forcing Trump to hand over his tax returns. In the seven weeks before Tuesday's elections, Trump averaged 30 false or misleading claims a day, up from an average of five a day during his first nine months in office.

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"Congressional gridlock would happen".

"They key thing is the Democrats could actually shut down the confirmation process for judicial nominees, which is pretty significant".

Sen. Chris Van Hollen, chairman of Senate Democrats' campaign committee, told CNN there's a "narrow path" to a majority. But it would be remarkable when you consider this: The GOP's redistricting advantage after the 2010 election was so huge that we wondered whether it was even possible that Democrats could win back the House. "Democrats have been motivated to vote ever since Trump won in 2016, while Republicans have been far less motivated". More than 34 million Americans have cast their votes already.

"I feel like this is going to be really, really close", he told Fox News.

Whether that would fly with Republican voters, and Mr Trump's most loyal supporters, is another argument entirely.

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