He described it as a “phishing campaign” … Trump criticizes the Supreme Court’s decision and blames Sassa

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After preparing for the release of his tax returns and financial records for investigators in New York


Former US President Donald Trump criticized the Supreme Court today, Monday, after it paved the way for the release of his tax returns and other financial records for investigators in New York, describing it as a “phishing campaign.”

In detail, Trump said in a statement issued by his office that “the Supreme Court should never have let the phishing campaign happen, but it did,” adding: “I will fight, as it has done for the past five years,” according to Sky News Arabia.

Trump accused Democratic politicians of trying to target him in the areas they control, such as New York, and its “governor, Andrew Cuomo,” to influence “about 75 million voters” who voted for him during the November presidential elections, “which many experts feel I have won, and I agree.” With them in it. “

Earlier Monday, the US Supreme Court refused to intervene in Trump’s favor to cancel a decision issued by a federal judge, ordering the handover of the financial records of the former real estate mogul to a plaintiff in New York.

The move came as a setback in Trump’s legal battle, which he has been fighting for years with the aim of preventing the publication of his tax revenues, and withholding them, along with other records, from view in the face of cases filed by prosecutors in New York.

Trump is the first US president, after Richard Nixon, not to publish his tax returns, and he insists that they are subject to scrutiny by the Internal Revenue Service.

Democratic lawmakers in the House of Representatives in 2019 resorted to the courts to force Trump to publish his tax returns and other records, in cases that constitute an important test of the principle of separation of powers in the United States.

He described it as a “phishing campaign” … Trump criticizes the Supreme Court’s decision and blames Democratic politicians

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Former US President Donald Trump criticized the Supreme Court today, Monday, after it paved the way for the release of his tax returns and other financial records for investigators in New York, describing it as a “phishing campaign.”

In detail, Trump said in a statement issued by his office that “the Supreme Court should never have let the phishing campaign happen, but it did,” adding: “I will fight, as it has done for the past five years,” according to Sky News Arabia.

Trump accused Democratic politicians of trying to target him in the areas they control, such as New York, and its “governor, Andrew Cuomo,” to influence “about 75 million voters” who voted for him during the November presidential elections, “which many experts feel I have won, and I agree.” With them in it. “

Earlier Monday, the US Supreme Court refused to intervene in Trump’s favor to cancel a decision issued by a federal judge, ordering the handover of the former real estate mogul’s financial records to a plaintiff in New York.

The move came as a setback in Trump’s legal battle, which he has been fighting for years with the aim of preventing the publication of his tax revenues, and withholding them, along with other records, from view in the face of cases filed by prosecutors in New York.

Trump is the first US president, after Richard Nixon, not to publish his tax returns, and he insists that they are subject to scrutiny by the Internal Revenue Service.

Democratic lawmakers in the House of Representatives in 2019 resorted to the courts to force Trump to publish his tax returns and other records, in cases that constitute an important test of the principle of separation of powers in the United States.

February 22, 2021 – Rajab 10, 1442

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After preparing for the release of his tax returns and financial records for investigators in New York

Former US President Donald Trump criticized the Supreme Court today, Monday, after it paved the way for the release of his tax returns and other financial records for investigators in New York, describing it as a “phishing campaign.”

In detail, Trump said in a statement issued by his office that “the Supreme Court should never have let the phishing campaign happen, but it did,” adding: “I will fight, as it has done for the past five years,” according to Sky News Arabia.

Trump accused Democratic politicians of trying to target him in the areas they control, such as New York, and its “governor, Andrew Cuomo,” to influence “about 75 million voters” who voted for him during the November presidential elections, “which many experts feel I have won, and I agree.” With them in it. “

Earlier Monday, the US Supreme Court refused to intervene in Trump’s favor to cancel a decision issued by a federal judge, ordering the handover of the financial records of the former real estate mogul to a plaintiff in New York.

The move came as a setback in Trump’s legal battle, which he has been fighting for years with the aim of preventing the publication of his tax revenues, and withholding them, along with other records, from view in the face of cases filed by prosecutors in New York.

Trump is the first US president, after Richard Nixon, not to publish his tax returns, and he insists that they are subject to scrutiny by the Internal Revenue Service.

Democratic lawmakers in the House of Representatives in 2019 resorted to the courts to force Trump to publish his tax returns and other records, in cases that constitute an important test of the principle of separation of powers in the United States.





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