In the PBS NewsHour's December 20, 2022 video WATCH LIVE: House committee votes on release of Trump's tax returns it appears, if I understand correctly, that there were no objections heard to making certain proceedings of the United States House Committee on Ways and Means publicly available, and that these proceedings contain several years of the former US president's US tax returns.
According to Wikipedia, the makeup of the members of the House Ways and Means Committee in the 117th Congress includes well over a dozen Republicans.
I was surprised and confused to hear that despite the widely cited quote
“Let me be clear: Our concern is not whether the president should have made his tax returns public, as is traditional, nor about the accuracy of his tax returns,” Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Tex.) said Tuesday shortly before the Ways and Means Committee meeting began. “Our concern is that, if taken, this committee action will set a terrible precedent that unleashes a dangerous new political weapon that reaches far beyond the former president."
(Washington Post December 20, 2022 Trump’s tax returns could be made public, pending House committee vote)
there were in fact no objections - again if I am in fact understanding this correctly.
Question: Why were there no objections to the public release of the former US president's tax records at the House Ways and Means Committee meeting?