Democrats in the House are planning to debate how to handle Trump’s tax returns.

The Democratic-led House Ways and Means Committee will meet Thursday to discuss how to handle six years of former President Donald Trump’s federal tax returns, just one day after the panel was granted access to the records after a lengthy legal battle.

According to a Neal aide, the committee will be briefed by House general counsel Doug Letter on the legal implications of the section of the tax code that chairman Richard Neal used to request the tax returns.

Democrats will discuss how to handle the documents at their meeting on Thursday, but they are not anticipated to review the tax returns at that time, nor are they anticipated to be made immediately available to the public.

On Wednesday, Neal, a Massachusetts Democrat, refused to say whether he had access to the Trump tax returns, claiming that the law forbids him from discussing the status of the returns. Earlier that day, the congressman also declined to say whether any of the returns would be made public.

Trump’s taxes have remained largely unknown since his first presidential campaign, when he defied presidential election norms by refusing to release his tax returns for public scrutiny, and they remained private after he took office. After losing at the lower court level, his legal team turned to the Supreme Court, which was made up of three of his nominees, to keep his returns secret.

in 2020 it was discovered that Trump to had paid no federal income taxes in 10 of the 15 years beginning in 2000 because he reported losing significantly more than he made.