In the unbelievable and angry talk of the spokesman for the House Coopers General Commission, Michael Cohen, a former lawyer, former lawyer, Donald Trump, was a seemingly clear legislator. When he was a representative of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, he asked questions based on Trump's finances and taxes with laser questioning. Democrats have long sought to return Trump's taxes, but they do not have clear reasons why. Ocasio-Cortez gave them a silver plate.
Ocasio-Cortez questioned the previous question, to find out if Trump was "inflated by an insurmountable company." When Cohen replied: "Do you think we need to analyze their accounts and taxes? Does it come back to compare them?" Cohen replied.
During the quiz, Ocasio-Cortez repeatedly asked Cohen how to reduce his tax bills, without damaging his property. For a moment, he cited a New York Times report, highlighting the properties inherited by Trump.
Cohen said he did not know anything, because Trump did not work, but the Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg sparkled light on the issue. "Is the Commission helping the president and his company's tax-federal and state-of-the-art returns?" Ocasio-Cortez asked. "I think so," Cohen replied.
With some questions, freshman senators demanded at least one attempt to say that democrats are demanding the return of Trumpen taxes. Some analysts believe that there is still not enough justification at least Establish the basics for a claim. Needless to say lots were sparks The freshman's law questioned.
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