President Donald Trump's ongoing tax audit has ended.
According to Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, the IRS has completed its audit of the president's tax returns.
"All these tax returns have been by and large — maybe not the last one — but all of them have been audited, all of them have either been passed on or settled," Giuliani told Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" host Maria Bartiromo. "There should be some finality in tax returns. We get audited, we make a deal, we pay the government, you don't come after me forever for that."
Trump has said he won't release his tax returns to the public until the audits were over.
Days before Giuliani revealed the audits were completed, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters the audits were the reason Trump still had not released his tax returns.
"The media's been asking this question for four years, and for four years, the president has said the same thing: His taxes are under audit, and when they're no longer under audit, he will release them," McEnany said.
The Supreme Court recently ruled that a Manhattan District Attorney has the right to subpoena Trump's tax and business records as part of a criminal investigation.
Giuliani said the case was "terribly decided."
But just because the audit is over, Giuliani said he plans to "fight them right down to the wire" to keep Trump's returns secret.
© 2021 Newsmax. All rights reserved.