A second whistleblower came forward with allegations against Trump — this time related to his taxes | Salon.com
The tax whistleblower’s identity, like the identity of the national security whistleblower, remains unknown to the general public. But that person, according to Delaney, went to the House Ways and Means Committee — which is chaired by Rep. Richard Neal of Massachusetts — and Delaney describes Neal as being “cautious” and not very “outspoken” about the whistleblower’s allegations.
The House Ways and Means Committee has sued Trump’s administration for failing to comply with a formal request of its tax returns. And Neal, Delaney observes, has opted to “stay focused on the lawsuit, using the whistleblower’s material to bolster that case.”