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After a six-year battle, President Donald Trump’s tax returns have been released. They cover his candidacy and time in the White House, giving details of various entities through which he would have paid tax, including holdings companies and personal income.
Since his entry into politics, critics have been trying to get Donald Trump—whose pitch to voters was that his business success made him the best choice to run the country—to show what his wealth actually looks like. The documents include personal information such as Social Security numbers, bank account numbers and more.
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Democrats began using their powers to conduct oversight of former president Donald Trump once they gained control of the House of Representatives in early 2019.
The fight to see the tax returns made its way to the Supreme Court this year and, in November, the Court voted not to block their release.
Friday’s release of the tax documents came just in time for Republicans to take over control of the House of Representatives, potentially signaling the end of any continued pursuit of looking into Donald Trump’s finances.