Letter: What about Biden's tax returns?

Tom Kovach from Nevis, Minn., responds to the Supreme Court ruling that former President Trump must turn over his tax returns.

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The Supreme Court has OK'd Congress to view former President Trump's tax returns. That's fine and dandy, I guess, but why stop there? Wouldn't Americans be also anxious to see President Biden's tax returns? I'm curious how Biden filed the kick-backs he got from his son Hunter's business deals in Communist China, Ukraine and even in Russia. Remember, there is evidence in Hunter's so-called lap top from Hell, where the "big guy", Biden we assume, was eager to cash in on Hunter's influence-peddling business deals that involved millions of dollars. Despite what Biden says, he was never a poor man, and his now very, very wealthy, owning several homes.

Oh, and by the way, while we're on the subject of tax returns, let's take a look at Speaker Pelosi's tax returns. How did she file those millions of dollars she made through inside trading on the stock market? What did she pay on those huge profits...if anything? As a trashy magazine used to say, "Inquiring minds want to know."

Tom Kovach lives in Nevis, Minn.

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