Since before he was even elected, critics of President Donald Trump have insisted that he publicly release all of his income tax returns, a demand he has resisted, which of course resulted in a lawsuit that sought to force a release.
In a shocking move, however, the D.C. District Court of Appeals just ruled unanimously to uphold a lower court ruling dismissing the lawsuit filed by the Electronic Privacy Information Center.
Judge Karen LeCraft Henderson said, “No one can demand to inspect another’s tax records. And the IRC (Internal Revenue Code)’s confidentiality protections extend to the ordinary taxpayer and the President alike.”
Anti-Trump liberals won’t like this ruling one bit, but it is the correct ruling by the court.
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