Much remains uncertain – Democrats, for example, are trying to get Trump's personal taxes and taxes on his various businesses – but it's clear that the newly installed majority party in the house has none. It's planned to get out of a possibly fiercest fight of the second half withdraw from Trump's first term.
Some Connections Here: Trump is the only modern president ̵
unreleased his income tax returns. He was also the first major presidential candidate since Watergate, not to do so. The excuses he has made for his lack of transparency vary – the claim that he is currently under scrutiny insists that tax returns contain little information about a person's finances. (The tax returns give the best possible picture of a person's financial well-being – or their lack – and just being under control does not preclude a person from releasing the tax return.
The probable result? A series of legal maneuvers that could bring charges against the Supreme Court. Which in turn could put the court in the middle of a fiercely controversial political struggle with all sorts of implications for the upcoming 2020 presidential election.
The Point : The fight for the Trump tax return begins in earnest. Watch out.