monday 4/17/2017 CALL TO ACTIVISM FOR DEMOCRACY!
trump, alligator-in-chief, adds muck to the swamp.
the gop congress has the power to look at trump's returns and they refuse. we will remember that come next election.
After demonstrators protested in 200 cities, and 74% of Americans have made it clear they care about Trump's taxes, he still refuses to release them.
The GOP Congress, athough they have the power to do so, also refuse to examine Trump's taxes. For a billionaire president with innumerable international interests, Donald Trump's taxes are the key to transparency. It is clear that Donald Trump, along with the GOP Congress, plan to slam that door shut, and hide the key.
HOW TO USE YOUR VOICE:
1) Call the Capitol switchboard: 202-224-3121
2) To Reach Your Representatives, Press 2.
3) To Reach Your Senators, Press 1.
trump taxes script
Hello, my name is (YOUR NAME) and I am calling today because I have grown frustrated with Congress' inaction when it comes to examining President Trump's tax returns. Thousands of protesters marched in 200 cities across the U.S. - polls show that 74% of Americans believe Donald Trump should release his tax returns. Why has Congress failed to make that happen?
According to experts there are a few ways Congress can examine the returns through legislation or with the power of oversight in various committees. Billionaire Donald Trump has business dealings spread across domestic and international spheres. One of the strongest foundations of our country is the premise of government oversight and accountability to the public.
By not releasing his tax returns, the President is sending a message that he believes he does not owe such responsibility to the nation. If my representative fails to step it up on this issue, I will not be supporting them come the next election.
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