Michael Cohen Reveals Why Trump Is Hiding His Tax Returns

President Donald Trump has been denying releasing his tax returns since the 2016 presidential campaign because he is under the audit. Mr. Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen announced cause behind his refusal on Wednesday, replying to a question when asked about the real reason why US senior leader declined to expose his tax filings.

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Mr. Cohen confirmed just before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, “What he didn’t want, was to have an entire group of think tanks that are tax experts run through his tax return and start ripping it to pieces, and then he’ll end up in an audit and he’ll ultimately have taxable consequences, penalties and so on.”

He was asked whether Mr. Trump was actually under audit in 2016, the American attorney explained, “I don’t know the answer. I asked for a copy of the audit so that I could use it in terms of my statements to the press, and I was never able to obtain one.”

Cohen further said that he thought that Mr. Trump is not the audit, while a representative for the president’s company responded but not rapidly to request for comment.

Cohen continued, “I presume that he is not under audit,”

It is not as quiet as a mouse that the United States president has attempted to stay away from taxes for decades. He first emerged on web pages of Forbes in 1982, the magazine published him the “biggest tax abatement ever” referring his midtown Manhattan hotel.

About following the four years, the American magazine revealed Mr. Trump’s $100 million tax break on Trump Tower. About a year after, the United States current president called the official a “moron” at the time a battle with the New York City mayor concerning tax breaks on a third project.

It is not clarified whether Mr. Trump broke laws throughout his years-long campaign to skirt taxes. The New York Times raised finger on Mr. Trump accusing him of fraud after it’s an investigation noted previous, opening up the US president and his siblings inherited the majority of their father’s real estate business in 1997 and alleged on tax filings that the holdings were worth only $41 million.

The tabloid also made public the properties ended up selling for over 16 times that amount. It has been announced that the Trump family has been avoiding for a long time hundreds of millions in taxes.

Last year, a lawyer for Trump has announced the accusations 100 percent wrong, while Mr. Cohen said on Wednesday “I wasn’t there in the 1990s.”