It appears that Donald Trump had the longest tax audit in the history of the nation. He was already under audit when he began running for the office of president, but now it appears that it is finally coming to a close — just about the same time as his years in office end.
The president’s fixer and personal attorney Rudy Giuliani was trying to connect the liberal billionaire George Soros to Trump’s financial records for some reason on Sunday. There are at least three House committees that have subpoenaed the commander-in-chief’s financial records. They have been at various stages within the court system, Trump’s delay tactic.
These committees are the House Financial Services Committee Chaired by Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA), the Judicial Committee chaired by Representative Jerrold (Jerry) Nadler (D-NY), and the Intelligence Committee chaired by Adam Schiff (D-CA).
Apparently, without any foreplay during his interview on Fox News, Giuliani noted that the man who occasionally sits in the Oval Office’s tax audits have been “settled.”
The attorney appeared on Fox News and claimed that a Supreme Court case decided that Trump did not have “absolute immunity” against prosecution. He said SCOTUS’s rendering was “terribly decided:”
‘They have no reason to believe that there is anything wrong with his tax returns. All of them have been audited and all of them have either been passed on or settled.’
Trump has said that he would release his tax returns when they are no longer under audit, although the president has never provided proof that the IRS was auditing his financials.
‘There should be some finality in tax returns. In other words, we get audited, we make a deal, we pay the government — you don’t come after me forever for that. And also, this is the president of the United States.’
Giuliani seemed to think that there were up to 4,000 prosecutors would “come after” the president’s tax records now:
‘Look at the DAs we have now. We have Soros-elected anarchist DAs. They’re not there to prosecute the law. They’re there to undermined the law. He put them there. I mean, why would Soros pay for DAs other than to undermine our government?’
Fox News host Maria Bartiromo responded “Wow!.” Then, Giuliani continued:
‘For five years, Soros has been funding these and nobody paid attention to it. But he had a reason. It’s to undermined our government.’
Maybe, the former New York mayor made more sense to himself that he did to the audience. He certainly could not have made less sense.
During an interview with Piers Morgan last month, Rudy Giuliani began shouting at his interviewer, according to the YouTube interview. Morgan asked about Trump saying “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.”
That was when Giuliani went off, trying to defend his new boss. Morgan called the attorney “completely barking mad.”
Last December, the attorney’s divorce was finalized. His former wife said that he had changed from the man she had married. Right after the couple filed for divorce, Giuliani left his law firm and went to work for Trump at no charge. His wife said that she believed that was to cut down any alimony payments, according to The New York Times.
Their legal battle was something to behold. They fought over her kitchen renovations and his wild spending “$7,131 on fountain pens and another $12,012 on cigars.”
Justice Michael Katz said:
‘It is beyond me why either party in this case would have an interest in having all of this done publicly. [Settling privately] would treat their relationship and marriage with more respect than divulging all our dirty laundry out for public consumption.’
Mrs. Giuliani said she had to take him to court:
‘I feel betrayed by a man that I supported in every way for more than 20 years. I’m sad to know that the hero of 9/11 has become a liar.’
Twitter world had some fun at Giuliani’s expense. Check out what Americans had to say below:
Featured image is a screenshot via YouTube.
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