House committee chair extends deadline for Trump's tax returns

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The Democrats gained control of the House of Representatives in mid-term elections past year, empowering them to launch investigations into Mr Trump's administration and business affairs.

"There are constitutional issues", Mnuchin told reporters on the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank spring meetings in Washington.

When asked by CNN whether he would be able reconcile concerns around the constitutionality of the request by Neal's new deadline of April 23, he said, "I'm not going to make a commitment prematurely as to whether we will be able to conclude our legal review within that deadline or not".

The letter to IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig is the latest exchange in a tug of war over Trump's returns, which would give lawmakers far greater insight into the president's business dealings and potential conflicts of interest as it exercises its oversight role.

Democrats were soundly mocked by Trump supporters for following up their declarations of love for migrants with outrage at the idea of actually having them nearby. Almost 100,000 migrants a month -...

Trump's acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, has said Democrats will "never" see the returns, "nor should they", and "they know it". If not, Sanctuary Cities must immediately ACT to take care of the Illegal Immigrants - and this includes Gang Members, Drug Dealers, Human Traffickers, and Criminals of all shapes, sizes and kinds.

The comments come after CNN reported senior administration officials said the president told Mr. McAleenan, who has been named acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, he "would pardon him if he ever went to jail for denying USA entry to migrants".

And Democrats have stated time and time again they support open borders, they support sanctuary cities.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the idea was "disrespectful". They were, after all, the ones calling for open borders, more immigrants and sanctuary cities - supposedly the places where the illegals are the most welcome.

Speaking to CNN's "State of the Union", Scott said he did not know if transporting immigrants to these jurisdictions was legal or illegal, adding: "I mean maybe he's just saying this to make everybody insane, make everybody talk about it on their shows".

According to new research from Syracuse University, Trump's move would put thousands of migrants in cities not only welcoming to them, but more likely to rebuff federal officials carrying out deportation orders.

Wallace pressed: "Will he tell the IRS not to release them though?" "Where they say they have set up communities by law that allow people into their states, into their towns, that have no right to be here", he said.

Flights chartered by Ice cost about $7,785 per flight hour, according to the agency, and require multiple staffers, including an in-flight medical professional.

The downside for the migrants would be a high cost of living. "People expect the rule of law to work smoothly, but that" s not always the case". Police in New York, Baltimore and Seattle rarely, if ever, disclose information about when suspected criminals in the USA illegally will be released from custody.