Donald Trump’s niece has said an investigation into the former president’s taxes will reveal the truth about his finances, namely that the so-called billionaire has never ‘never made any money’.
Mary Trump told CNN on Monday night that she believed the decision made in a Supreme Court ruling that paves the way for New York City prosecutors to obtain Trump’s tax returns and other financial records as part of a criminal investigation, was a ‘long time coming’.
Mary Trump told Chris Cuomo that she believed the returns will make several revelations.
Mary Trump, Donald Trump’s niece praised the decision by Supreme Court to allow New York State prosecutors to obtain her uncle’s tax returns
Mary Trump alleges that the former president has never made any money of his own and that he has ‘likely been committing tax fraud for decades’
‘Firstly, he has never made any money, and every penny Donald has was really my grandfather’s initially. Secondly, he’s going to be shown to have been somebody who gave zero to charitable causes… and the most important one is that he has most likely has been committing tax fraud for decades.
‘It’s a huge victory for the supreme court to have cleared the way for New York state to get access to Donald’s tax returns because it’s a long-time coming. He should have faced accountability a long time ago,’ Mary Trump said.
‘The Republican party is going to do absolutely nothing to contain Donald, and they’re just going to allow him to continue to be the head of their increasingly anti-democratic party that’s perfectly comfortable engaging in tactics to stay in power illegitimately.’
The decision by the SCOTUS to make the returns available to the investigation is a blow to Trump’s quest to conceal the details of his finances. Over the years he has kept his financial records hidden.
New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance, left, and the Attorney General of New York Letitia James will soon have access to Donald Trump’s tax returns
Trump would often claim to be ‘under audit’ to avoid having to publish his tax returns.
But a grand jury investigation will soon have access to a whole host of documents spanning from January, 2011 to August, 2019,…
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