Two days after the Trump administration refused to release the president’s tax returns, Democrats in the House are still grappling with handle the rebuff. But several lawmakers says the law is clearly on the side of Congressional oversight. "It's clear that the law is unambiguous. They're required to return the President's tax returns to the chairman of the Ways and Means Committee when he requests it,” Rep. Tom Suozzi (R-N.Y.) told Cheddar in an interview Wednesday. “The law is very clear: shall provide.”