On the Lookout for What's in Trump's Tax Returns

Never a candidate who would voluntarily release his complex tax returns, Donald Trump has finally lost a round in court (https://www.cnn.com/2021/08/11/politics/trump-taxes-mazars-house-democrats/index.html).
A House investigatory committee subpoenaed Mazars, the CPA firm that prepares Trump’s tax returns, to see to what extent Trump has broken the law (we here at AP always knew that he’s corrupt, along with other adjectives we could mention). We just couldn’t get our heads around how massively  corrupt the man truly is.
By special arrangement, our Chief Investigative Reporter, associate solitary reporter Susanna Sherman, has now been given total and unfettered access to Trump’s tax returns.
To prepare for her viewing, she obtained her CPA under the auspices of associate solitary reporter Sylvia Kenwood, a veteran political operative in Denver Democratic Party politics.
Once in place, Sherman found what can only be described as earth-shattering discoveries.
More later, AP fans.