Sources say Trump stole billions: Judge orders 8 years of Trump income taxes turned over


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  1. The entire world wants to see Donalds tax returns. The ramifications of what is found there are..pliable.

    We must see the golden goose to authenticate it’s magic ability.

    This has been immediate in the mind of any New Yorker since he announced. It seems he was assured that the power of the office etiquette at the DOJ overrode the constitution. It does not. “Marrero described the president’s argument as “repugnant to the nation’s governmental structure and constitutional values.””

  2. It’s a valid argument: a sitting president is immune from criminal investigation. He has to be impeached, convicted in the senate, removed from office. Only then, would the Manhattan District Attorney have jurisdiction. If this goes to the SCOTUS, it will be overturned.

    • Internal DOJ policy of etiquette is not constitutional law. In the case of polite treatment, one must offer the same to receive it. No person of any station is above the law, else we are back to Monarchy. And all the people screaming for freedom and fair treatment now defend this usurpers evasiveness to comply. It is a choice that cannot have it both ways.
      It would be a healthy thing for the US to indict, convict and jail a sitting president, even if for a parking ticket. Let them be thrown off their lofty pedestals.

    • Who’s talking about internal DOJ etiquette? The Manhattan District Attorney works for the State of New York, not the DOJ. We’re not talking about some US Attorney for the Southern District of New York.

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