US President Donald Trump will release his tax returns when their audit is completed, White House press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters on Thursday.
“The President repeated this for four years: his tax returns are being audited. When the audit is completed, it will publish them,” she said.
The US Supreme court on Thursday rejected the demand of congressmen from the Democratic Party to provide them with financial documents of Trump. Still, it supported the right of the New York court to obtain such materials.
Trump’s financial documents, primarily his tax returns, became the subject of intrigue during the 2016 election campaign. In contrast to the established practice, Trump did not make public information about his financial Affairs, referring to the fact that his business and declarations are subject to financial audit.