Democrats signal the possible revision of Trump's tax returns and property transactions
Even before all the polling stations in the United States have closed, the Democrats say they want to use their newly conquered power to control President Donald Trump more. Representative Elijah Cummings, presumably the next president of the Supervisory Chamber and the Government Reform Committee, signaled interest in reviewing the president's tax returns. It would concern if Trump could have violated the provisions on additional income. Among other things, federal officials are forbidden to accept gifts from foreign governments without the consent of the Congress. With the majority in the House of Representatives it is possible for Democrats to enforce declarations and present internal documents.
New York attorney general, Letitia James, has also promised to investigate Trump's real estate transactions. "New Yorkers, we can identify a scammer," he said. "We can recognize a barker, we'll shine in every dark corner of his shops and businesses," he said, looking at Trump.