Speaking at the first public meeting of his sham “Election Integrity Commission,” Donald Trump bemoaned the state-by-state resistance to the commission’s request for data on every single registered voter in the United States. Data that will be stored at Trump’s White House. In his remarks to the meeting attendees and the media, Trump said:
If any state does not want to share this information, one has to wonder what they’re worried about. And I ask the Vice President, I ask the commission, what are they worried about? There’s something, there always is.
We agree! When people refuse to be transparent, there is something they must be hiding. It is time for Donald Trump to release his taxes.
In light of the recent money laundering guests at Trump Tower, the 100+ previously undisclosed foreign contacts on Jared Kushner’s security clearance form, the back channels to Russia, the private, undisclosed meeting with Putin, and all the secretive connections with the Russians and his campaign, it is time for transparency. The surest way for Donald Trump to clear his own name and his increasingly tarnished reputation would be for him to come clean, lay it all on the line, starting with his tax returns.
Watch Trump himself make the case:
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President Trump: “If any state does not want to share this information one has to wonder what they're worried about.” pic.twitter.com/wZQYU7sscB
— CSPAN (@cspan) July 19, 2017
President Trump: “If any state does not want to share this information one has to wonder what they’re worried about.” pic.twitter.com/wZQYU7sscB
Ã¢ÂÂ CSPAN (@cspan) July 19, 2017