(Bloomberg) -- Democrats are ready to harness a powerful set of subpoena powers established by Republicans to dig into the activities of President Donald Trump, his family and his administration if they win control of the House in the November elections.
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Democrats making plans to use obscure 100-year-old law to investigate Trump’s tax returns -- and share them with the public
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump became the first major party nominee in modern history to refuse to release his tax returns. To this day, President Trump has kept his returns a closely guarded secret, though legal analysts have suggested they have been obtained by special counsel Robert Mueller. Voters may finally get a chance to examine Trump’s tax returns, if Democrats win the House of Representatives in the November midterm elections, Politico reported …