Donald Trump corrected reports on Wednesday that he won’t release his tax returns until after the election, by saying he’d release them after an audit, which will very likely finish after the election.
All major presidential nominees for generations have at least released a summary of their filings. Mitt Romney called Trump’s decision “disqualifying,” noting that even rich serial tax avoiders like Mitt Romney have previously released their taxes.
Reporters are most eager to see Trump’s returns in order to find out if he’s now declaring Chris Christie as a dependent.
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