During a testy day on Capitol Hill, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was confronted with a barrage of questions pertaining to President Donald Trump’s tax returns, whether his department would comply with a congressional request for the documents and threatened to never voluntarily appear before members of Congress again.
Mnuchin, who appeared before Congress for two separate hearings on Tuesday, said while he had not spoken with the White House about the request from House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal, D-Mass., for six years worth of Trump’s tax returns, the Treasury Department’s legal team has had conversations with the White House about the returns.
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