Giuliani burns Trump's excuse for hiding his taxes
Rudy Giuliani has to be the worst lawyer in the world ... especially when his clients are criminals.
You’d be better off buying a Magic 8-Ball, drinking the liquid inside, and hoping you hallucinate some decent legal advice than you would hiring this hairless magenta clown schwantz.
And today, once again, he asserted his incompetence during an interview on — where else? — Fox & Friends.
First, a wee bit of background. As we all know, Donald Trump has for years now claimed he can’t show his tax returns because they’re under a “routine audit.” No one really believes that, but whatever. It’s the story he’s sticking to. And, of course, he promised numerous times that he’d release those returns when the IRS was done with them.
Well, guess what?
During his Fox News appearance, however, Giuliani suggested the IRS has finished looking into Trump’s taxes.
“The IRS has investigated his taxes,” Guiliani sad. “They exist to come after us if we don’t pay our taxes. We know they’re damn good and they’re confidential and they don’t leak. If they haven’t gone after him on taxes, for that six-year period, then there is nothing wrong with his taxes.”
“They can’t investigate his taxes better than the IRS,” Giuliani continued, referring to the Democratic lawmakers on the House Ways and Means committee who are seeking Trump’s tax information. “They want his taxes to embarrass him.”
But if the IRS has indeed completed its investigation and found nothing improper — as his lawyer just claimed — Trump’s repeated promises should make Congress’ request a moot point.
Then again, no one really expects these idiots to keep their stories straight.
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