Other states where legislation on tax-return disclosure has been introduced include Arizona, California, Connecticut, Maryland and Pennsylvania, where State Sen. Daylin Leach (D., Montgomery) is a bill sponsor.

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Daylin Leach serves in Pennsylvania’s State Senate, representing PA’s 17th district. A member of the Democratic party, Leach has previously fought for the legalization of marijuana and for women’s rights, so it’s safe to say his platform is diametrically opposed to that of Trump’s. He’s been very vocal on his Twitter against Trump’s Muslim ban and the abortion ban attempts made by the Republican party.

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The expletive exploded this week thanks to Pennsylvania state senator Daylin Leach. The public servant took umbrage when Trump joked of destroying the career of a Texas state senator who wanted to curb the police practice of asset forfeiture. “Hey @realDonaldTrump I oppose civil asset forfeiture too!” Leach tweeted.

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His spokesman Steve Hoenstine added: “President Trump blithely talked about destroying the career of a man who disagreed with Trump on a policy issue. Then Trump laughed about it, which is just what you’d expect from someone who gets his kicks firing people on national television.

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Pennsylvania state Sen. Daylin Leach went after President Trump on Tuesday, branding him a “fascist, loofa-faced, s***-gibbon,” and challenging him to “come after me.”

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Democratic Pennsylvania Sen. Daylin Leach tweeted in response that he too opposes civil asset forfeiture and invited the Republican president to destroy his career. He called Trump “loofa-faced” and used a profanity in comparing Trump’s appearance to a gibbon.

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As Leach’s “fascist, loofa-faced, shit-gibbon” line made the rounds on social media, he didn’t back down from the characterization (which was inspired by reports that Trump had threatened to “destroy the career” of a Texas state senator over the civil asset forfeiture issue). His spokesman Steve Hoenstine doubled down.

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Another state senator who opposes civil asset forfeiture, Daylin Leach of Pennsylvania, dared the president to try to destroy him, by tweeting: “Hey @realDonaldTrump I oppose civil asset forfeiture too! Why don’t you try to destroy my career you fascist, loofa-faced, shit-gibbon!”

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“Hey! I oppose civil asset forfeiture too,” Leach wrote on Facebook and Twitter. “Why don’t you come after me you fascist, loofa-faced s***-gibbon!!”

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