The Justice Department ordered to hand over Trump’s tax returns to Congress

The Committee on Income and Expenses of the House of Representatives of the Congress sought to obtain these documents.

The US Treasury Department must hand over the tax returns of ex-President Donald Trump to the US Congress. The corresponding decision was made and published on Friday by the US Department of Justice, which simultaneously performs the Prosecutor General’s Office functions.

According to the conclusion of the US Department of Justice, the tax returns of the previous American leader should be transferred to the Committee on Income and Expenses of the House of Representatives of Congress. It was this committee that sought to obtain these documents.

The office of the legal adviser developed the decision. It was made public on behalf of the Acting Assistant Secretary of Justice-US Attorney General Don Johnson. It is she who currently heads the office of the legal adviser. Trump represents the US Republican Party. The House of Representatives of the Congress is controlled by Democrats, which is also the current head of the US administration, Joe Biden.

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