"It's a dangerous road and frankly, Chris, I do not think Congress, and in particular this group of parliamentarians, is smart enough to go through the thousands of pages that I suppose President Trump's taxes will be," Sanders told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace.
"I think most of them do not pay their own taxes, and I certainly do not trust them to look through the decades of success that the president has and to determine anything." she said, adding that attempts to get the returns are "a disgusting litter."
While Neal argued that the committee needed Trump's tax information to oversee the presidential audit program, a program not inscribed in the law but become a routine procedure at the IRS that provides for the taxpayer's role. the arrival of a new president, Sanders argues that the use of the law by the committee "has nothing to do with the point of whether they will determine the policy or not to follow".
"It's all about partisan politics," she told Wallace.
Neal's office did not immediately respond to CNN's request regarding Sanders' statements on his Sunday.