Trump’s tax returns are the latest in a string of scandals to surface around the president.

The latest involves the White House’s attempts to make sure the returns don’t reveal that Trump owes more than $50 million to his father, Fred Trump, and the president owes a debt of $150 million to a charity that paid him $1 million for a speech.

But that’s a story for another day.

For now, it’s time to focus on the president’s tax-related business dealings.

This past January, The Associated Press reported that the Trump Organization, which owns Mar-a-Lago, had spent $50,000 lobbying the White, State, and Local Government departments and state governments since 2009.

The AP also reported that Trump’s businesses had paid $1.3 million in tax breaks to his various charity projects.

And in 2016, a federal judge ruled that the president owed a tax debt of more than a billion dollars.

That ruling has been appealed.

Trump has repeatedly denied that he owes anything.

But in the days after the AP report, the president appeared to be making good on his pledge to release his tax returns, and he released a statement from his attorneys.

The statement, however, wasn’t all that reassuring: “The President and his businesses are fully compliant with the law, and they will comply fully with any IRS audit or investigation,” it read.

“The president’s refusal to release any documents has been a complete and utter waste of time and taxpayer dollars.

In the meantime, the President has asked for all documents pertaining to his businesses to be released immediately.

The public deserves to see the full extent of his taxes and his charitable giving, and that’s what we’re asking for.”

On Tuesday, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that Trump would release his taxes after his administration released his tax forms.

But it was clear that the public still has not been given the full picture.

On Tuesday night, The Hill reported that in April, the Treasury Department requested Trump’s taxes from the White Houses office of inspector general.

But after that request was denied, the White house then requested the same records from the inspector general in October.

That request was rejected on the grounds that the IRS had already released those records to the White houses office of public information, a process known as “redaction.”

The Trump administration then asked for a review of the Whitehouse’s request, which it did on Wednesday.

The inspector general will then review the documents.

That review could take months, if not years.

Meanwhile, a White House spokeswoman told Politico that the inspector’s office was “reviewing” the IRS’s request for tax records.

But the inspector said in an email that the request was for “a collection of documents and information” and that it would be taking the IRS to court to force the release of the records.

That’s not exactly a satisfying answer.

As of Thursday morning, it was still unclear what exactly would happen to those records.

The Associated News reports that the Office of Government Ethics will hold a public hearing on Thursday morning to determine whether to recommend that the WhiteHouse make public the president or his companies’ tax returns.

“That will be a very complex process,” said the AP’s Michael Isikoff.

“It’s going to be very, very difficult to find a solution.”