(NBC News) – The deadline has come and gone for Americans to file their 2018 taxes, but the same can’t be said for the congressional push to see President Trump’s financial history, even during their Easter recess.
House Democrats have given the Internal Revenue Service a new deadline of April 23 to turn over the president’s tax returns. Mr. Trump’s legal team continues to push back, calling the request illegal.
Meanwhile, Special counsel Robert Mueller’s redacted report on the Russia investigation and President Donald Trump is expected to be made public Thursday morning, the Justice Department said Monday. Attorney General William Barr said the nearly 400-page report will be color-coded with notes so lawmakers can see what kind of information has been taken out, and why.
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