Yes, Donnie, now tax returns are brought up again

Trump is tweeting.

Non sequitur, Donnie. Irrelevant. Not the point. We know you won the Electoral vote; that doesn’t make your tax returns no longer of interest. On the contrary: it makes them far more so. You’re not a private individual. We need to know exactly how you’ve been enriching yourself all these years.

Duh, we know the election is over, that’s (again) not the point. Oddly enough you become all the more accountable to us once you’re elected, not less so – that is, you do if you follow normal procedures, which because you’re corrupt and dishonest, you don’t. Hence the rallies yesterday: people dislike your corruption and lying and secrecy.

The Guardian adds:

On Saturday, in marches held in Washington DC, Los Angeles and in cities worldwide, thousands demanded a chance to examine Trump’s business ties and determine whether he has links to foreign powers.

Such concerns have been piqued in recent days after Prospect magazine published an interview with Sir Richard Dearlove.

The former chief of Britain’s MI6 intelligence agency said: “What lingers for Trump may be what deals – on what terms – he did after the financial crisis of 2008 to borrow Russian money when others in the west apparently would not lend to him.”

See that’s a red flag right there. If others wouldn’t lend to him after the financial crisis of 2008, that seems to indicate that Russia may have offered some sort of special deal. We’ll lend to you but you have to ______. It would be good to know what goes in the blank space.

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