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Judge Napolitano: New York Democrats cannot go after President Trump's tax returns 'based on hatred'

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Judge Andrew Napolitano said the state of New York cannot go after President Trump's tax returns "based on hatred."
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News video: IRS Memo Obtained By Washington Post Contradicts Trump Admin's Reasons For Rejecting Tax Return Request

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