But over a year ago, the IRS said, "Nothing prevents individuals from sharing their own tax information".
On Saturday, thousands of protesters gathered in almost 200 cities for a nationwide Tax March, demanding that Trump release his taxes.
"We'll have to get back to you on that", Spicer told a reporter Monday who asked if the time had come to say that Trump would never release his returns. "We're saving tremendous amounts of money when we get this done", Trump said, "and all that savings will go into tax reform".
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Several Republican lawmakers have declared their support for calls for Trump to release his returns.
"I did what was nearly an impossible thing to do for a Republican-easily won the Electoral College!"
"The president is also right that this was not a secondary or side issue of the campaign this was a central issue of the campaign". The only way I can see Trump putting out the returns is if they are the only thing that can prove his lack of culpability in the Russian Federation hacking scandal. "Now Tax Returns are brought up again?", he tweeted minutes earlier.
The promise that he made about releasing his taxes was inconvenient and he will not abide by it unless he is somehow forced by law to release the returns. "I think the people understand how successful the president's been and how much he's paid in taxes". Being under audit does not prohibit tax returns from being released. She demanded Trump release his tax returns as a way to prove his loyalties lie with the American people, and that his loyalties are indeed with the constituents he serves. The issue of the president's no-show on his tax returns touches on a variety of accountability issues.
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"Someone should look into who paid for the small organisedd rallies yesterday". Trump has repeatedly declined to release his tax returns.
Trump says this is old news.
Trump said in an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he was considering releasing his tax returns.
Trump, a billionaire property tycoon, released a financial statement but has kept his tax returns private, both during the election campaign and since taking office in January. Organizers for Tax March San Francisco discovered the chicken and re-dubbed it "Chicken Don" to poke fun at the President for being too afraid to release his tax returns.
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