The Democratic-controlled House Ways and Means Committee voted Tuesday to make public some documents related to former President Donald Trump's tax returns -- a move Trump has long fought.
The tax returns will cover six years, from 2015 to 2020, Neal later said.
During the 2016 presidential election year, the two again reported losing $32.4 million in adjusted gross income and paid just $750 in taxes, according to the committee.
During Trump's first year in office, the couple reported losing $12.9 million and again paid $750 in taxes.
Documents arrive as the House Ways & Means Committee holds a hearing regarding tax returns from former President Donald Trump on Capitol Hill in Washington, Dec. 20, 2022.
In 2020, they reported losing $4.8 million and Trump paid $0 in taxes.
"Going forward, partisans in Congress have nearly unlimited power to target political enemies by obtaining and making public their private tax returns to embarrass and destroy them. »