NY Times reports. This news is not directly about election law, but I consider it worthy of note here because of its potential implications for the 2024 presidential election. None of us know whether Trump will attempt to repeat Grover Cleveland’s feat of winning a second term after being a defeated incumbent (and doing so under very different circumstances–Cleveland never was impeached, for example). But I agree with all of those who say that we have to assume that Trump will try, unless circumstances change. One of the circumstances that conceivably could change is developments concerning his tax returns. Although turning them over to Congress should not cause them to be publicly released, congressional leaks have been known to occur (to put it mildly). I don’t want to make too much of this news (today’s other disclosure, concerning DOJ’s notes seems much more significant, for example), but insofar as Trump remains a major threat to American democracy, this particular piece of news is at least somewhat relevant.