“What the crap is this?” he asked. “They wanted me to investigate Trump even before he was sworn in. Really? Come on.”
In addition to his criticism of Conway, he said, his committee is examining the Trump Organization’s Old Post Office lease with the General Services Administration. During the campaign, he reminds audiences, he criticized Trump for not releasing his tax returns.
OK, that's no fucking way to swear. If that's the best he can do, he shouldn't even try. And as reported here, and in the Wash Po (more there actually), he can have them.
Though our new president may not realize it, Congress has the power to obtain his tax returns and reveal them to the public without his consent, including returns under audit. As just urged by Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.), legislators seeking information on President Trump’s possible conflicts of interest should immediately exercise this authority rather than wait for the passage of new veto-proof legislation — a highly uncertain prospect — that would have the same effect.