For Immediate Release
Ryan Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tax March Applauds Congressional Progressive Caucus for Pushing Neal to Obtain Trump’s Tax Returns
WASHINGTON - In response to the Congressional Progressive Caucus pushing Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal to quickly obtain Trump’s tax returns, Tax March spokesperson Ryan Thomas released the following statement:
“We applaud the Congressional Progressive Caucus for demanding that Chairman Neal immediately seek President Trump’s personal and business tax returns. These documents are critical for conducting effective oversight of Trump’s administration and investigating his incredibly troubling conflicts of interest. House Democrats must stop slow-walking this process.
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“Chairman Neal has both the power and the responsibility to move expeditiously to obtain and release President Trump’s tax returns—and continuing to move slowly does an incredible disservice to the American people.”
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