President Trump stated on Thursday that democrats demanding his tax returns should deal with his lawyers.
"They will talk with my attorneys, they will talk to the Attorney General," Trump told reporters during
. He repeated the answer again, a word in a word when he was pressed by a reporter for the second time.
"They will talk with my lawyers, and they will talk with a lawyer.
Democrats use an anti-corruption measure that is approaching the century, a dome-shaped dome that allows Congress to file tax returns from any submitter in order to order the IRS to return the president.
Trump is the first president since the time of Nixon, who voluntarily does not relieve him of his return in the run-up to the public office.
He constantly refused to ask to do so, arguing that the return was under "revision."
On Wednesday, Trump said that until he is no longer checked, h e "will not be inclined" to release his tax returns.