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What does let the cat out of the bag mean

Is it actually a metaphor or a phrase that means something else?

As for the question of whether the media already has the story about Trump's tax returns, the answer is yes, and the media has been reporting on this for nine months. And even though the media has been reporting on this, the reason that it hasn't yet been able to get the story out is that Trump keeps changing the subject. And he has been doing that for months.

And I don't think that people have any idea how Trump has been doing this. I mean, there's not just a lot of it. And I think that it's going to continue.

They have a story. They've been working on it for nine months. And they've been able to get some of it.

BALDWIN: Where is the story?

LIPTON: The story is that the president of the United States has been under audit. I think that's pretty well established.

But what they're looking at is what is the extent to which he has made payments to entities that were not disclosed on his tax returns. And I think that's something that they've been able to piece together. And I think that's something that they're going to get.

BALDWIN: Have you seen the actual tax returns?

LIPTON: Not the actual tax returns. But I've seen a lot of the information that was leaked from the returns. And I've looked at what's been leaked, and it's pretty interesting.

BALDWIN: I'm curious, based on what you know and what you've seen, what is the administration's plan to get the tax returns?

LIPTON: Well, I think that the first thing for them to do is for them to stick to the president's promise that he's going to release his returns.

And I think that he is going to release them. And I think that they're going to release them before the election.

BALDWIN: And what kind of questions would they answer?

LIPTON: I think they would answer all of the questions that the media has been able to piece together. And I think that they would answer questions about his business conflicts and any other conflicts that they may have had in the past.

BALDWIN: All right. I want to move on to another subject that you and I were talking about, which is -- I want to just show that -- you have a tweet here from the president of the United States, in which he says, "I am being audited now for the things that I didn't do. I already released over 10 years of tax returns, and I would gladly release more if it were necessary. I have nothing to hide."

To that, your response, J.

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