Neal said he intends to obtain (Trump’s tax returns) using a law that gives heads of the congressional tax-writing committees the right to request any American’s tax returns. The panel could then make them public with a simple majority vote.
He’s going to do it using a law?
Fortunately for the GOP, Trump does not believe in laws.
(Although, oddly enough, he does believe in the Tooth Fairy, which left several hundred million dollars under his pillow when he was little. And, luckily for Trump, money from the Tooth Fairy is not taxable income.)