Jim Jordan on Trump Taxes ‘I Don’t Think the American People Care’ (VIDEO)

Jim Jordan answered questions on the Mueller Report and the Democrats trying to get President Trump’s tax returns. His answers were spot on.

“It’s up to him, if he wants to fine, if he doesn’t want to fine, there’s no law that says he has to.”

Jim Jordan fired shots at his Democratic colleagues for trying to use the IRS to make President Trump’s tax records in order for political gain.

“The fact that you have leaders in the United States Congress for political reasons trying to force the IRS to make public an individuals, an America citizens tax returns.”

“I think when you have people in the Congress who are trying to get access to someone’s tax returns for political reasons, that’s as scary as it gets.”

“It shouldn’t surprise us that the Democrats are doing it now because they’ve done it before, but it doesn’t make it right.”

Jordan was asked “Some Republicans think he should release his tax returns for transparency”, his response is golden.

“That’s a big difference between some Republicans think he should. I leave it up to the President if he wants to fine, if he doesn’t fine. There’s a big difference in that he should, and the Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of the United States House of Representatives trying to get access to it for political reasons. Everyone knows that’s what’s going on. I don’t think the American people frankly care, I think what the American people like is what they’ve seen under President Trump’s leadership. “

Jordan listed off some amazing accomplishments for the President.

196,000 new jobs last month, regulations reduced, taxes cut, economy growing at an incredible rate, lowest unemployment in 50 years, Gorsich & Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court, Out of Iran Deal, Embassy is actually in Jerusalem, hostages home from North Korea, and we’re getting a new NAFTA deal.

I can’t argue with that Congressman, nailed it!

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