Thousands of people marched through Manhattan and several other cities in the United States on Saturday, demanding President Donald Trump to release his tax returns. Experts believe those records would uncover any of Trump's financial conflicts of interest, including possible business ties to Russian Federation.
President Donald Trump's motorcade took a circuitous route back to Mar-A-Lago after he spent Saturday morning at his golf course, avoiding Tax Day protesters headed toward his Palm Beach estate.
While protesters kept to the sidewalks, some who drove by honked their horns in support.
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The Tax March reflected the most recent national polls showing 53% of Americans believe Trump should be forced to release his tax returns.
Organizations around the country made a decision to use this Tax Day and turn it into a nationwide Rally. But Denham's comment overlooks that Trump has sought to repeal the only part of the tax code that required him to pay any income taxes at all in 2005 - the individual alternative minimum tax, or AMT. "The election is over!"
Pressed Monday about whether Trump will follow recent presidential precedent and release his tax returns, press secretary Sean Spicer claimed the president can not do so because he is under audit by the IRS, the same explanation Trump has used since early a year ago.
The statement rejects the Trump government's excuse that "people don't care", and recalls an ABC/Washington Post survey that showed 74 per cent of Americans, including more than half of Republicans, want to know the president's tax history. How else are we know to when the president is working for us or for The Trump Organization? And in front of a few thousand people on the lawn of the US Capitol there was an oversized inflatable chicken with hair resembling Trump's, suggesting the president is "too chicken" to release his taxes to the public. "Our elected officials, no matter the political party, need to be held accountable". "We're here to say we care", said Singh. "Nobody is above the law".