Who doesn’t want you to know they don’t want to know about the president’s tax returns?

The House of Representatives voted to not compel President Trump to provide 10 years of tax returns.

The proposal by Rep. Bill Pascrell would have directed the House to request the returns, which would have been examined in a closed session of the House Ways and Means Committee. The committee then would have decided whether to have the full House review them.

Democrats requested a roll call vote in order to hold each representative accountable for their position. What they got instead — a roll call vote to table (avoid) the roll call vote on the request — painted the exact same picture. It just obscures the title because there is no mention of what the vote was for.

Click here to view the vote to suppress a vote on whether to compel President Trump to make his tax returns available to Congress.

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