Talk about a ‘troll’ job, or simply put, messing with people and the liberal media. President Donald Trump told the media he will think about releasing his tax returns, but maybe after his presidency.
In a recent interview with the magazine The Economist, Trump said the only people that care about his tax returns are the reporters:
“I doubt it. Because they’re not going to … nobody cares about my tax return except for the reporters,” Trump said. “Oh, at some point I’ll release them. Maybe I’ll release them after I’m finished because I’m very proud of them actually. I did a good job.”
Trump has often said he can’t release his tax returns because he is under an IRS audit, although he has yet to show proof of it. He implied to The Economist that his taxes aren’t going to be done any time soon, so he wouldn’t want to release them as part of a political agreement.
“I would never do it,” Trump said. “That would be … I think that would be unfair to the deal. It would be disrespectful of the importance of this deal. Because the only people that find that important are the reporters.”
Spencer Irvine graduated from Brigham Young University in International Relations and currently works for AIM running operations and social media.