The legislation would require the disclosure "the personal tax returns of any individual named in the entity entering into the concession agreement" - and Trump Ferry Point is the only vendor with an individual name in it.
A Pew Research Center survey released 10 days prior to Trump's inauguration found that 60 percent of respondents said the president has a responsibility to release his returns, compared with only 33 percent who said he did not.
A local councilman hopes a bill aimed at Donald Trump's Bronx golf course will force the president to turn over his tax returns.
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"It's going to make tax reform much harder" if Trump doesn't release his returns, Schumer told reporters on Tuesday. And a Pew survey from January found nearly two-thirds of Americans think Trump has an obligation to release his tax return.
"The average American is going to say, 'Oh, he's not doing that because it's good for me, he's doing it because it's good for him, '" Schumer said, per The Washington Post. "And the big mystery is why he hasn't".
Trump paid $38 million in federal income tax in 2005 on more than $150 million, for an effective rate of 25%, and reported a $105 million writedown, according to a copy of his federal tax return leaked to MSNBC last month. "Release your tax returns and commit to a fair tax system for the American people".
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Over the last 40 years, presidents and major-party nominees have released some of their tax returns. Critics say Trump's lack of transparency means the public doesn't have enough information to determine whether his moves as president could represent a conflict of interest.
"I think the view of most, if not all, in my caucus is very, very dubious of the kind of large-scale military action we saw in Iraq, and dubious of military action generally", Schumer added".
In a tweet on Tuesday morning, Trump said he told Chinese President Xi Jinping "that a trade deal with the US will be far better for them if they solve the North Korean problem!" The only question any of us get now is: "What can I do?" "If we're going into a tax reform debate, we need know if what Trump wants to do is going to benefit himself, since he tends to do things that help him and not necessarily others", said Wes Shockley, one of the organizers of the New York City march.
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"It has sort of been a Republican issue, but people are starting to make the connection about why we pay taxes and what that money pays for", said Shockley.