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Letter: President Biden's tax returns have been available for months

Rich Veit of Lake Park, Minn., writes, "Since the whole world has been able to view their 37-page return for the past seven months, I invite Mr. Kovach to peruse it in search of the financial misdeeds that he insinuates have been perpetrated by the president and report his findings back to the readers of The Forum."

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On Nov. 28th, Tom Kovach asked in this space, “ Wouldn't Americans be also anxious to see President Biden's tax returns?

Mr. Kovach, the process to do just that was very simple. An extremely easy Google search provided this link: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/disclosures/2022/04/15/the-president-and-vice-president-release-their-2021-tax-returns/.

President Biden took office in January 2021. He and his wife released their tax records for that year on April 15, 2022.

Since the whole world has been able to view their 37-page return for the past seven months, I invite Mr. Kovach to peruse it in search of the financial misdeeds that he insinuates have been perpetrated by the president and report his findings back to the readers of The Forum.

Rich Veit lives in Lake Park, Minn.

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