The son of the Trump Organization's chief financial officer works at a real estate investment trust that made the loans, reports The Wall Street Journal.
Jaime Harrison released his returns with a Donald Trump-related zinger for the incumbent South Carolina senator.
Those IRS audits? They're done, the president's personal attorney revealed.
Trump’s lawyers had argued that, as president, he was immune from criminal investigation.
What you can claim has changed a bit since last year.
House Republicans shot down a Democrat-led effort to release the returns.
And in not doing so, he's setting a precedent for secrecy that others will likely follow.
It sure sounds like a tacit admission.
It's a tradition that has been followed by every U.S Presidential candidate for 40 years.