Protestors to Demand Trump's Tax Returns


Americans will be marching again this weekend to demand Donald Trump release his tax returns. In New York, Chicago, San Francisco and 20 other places, events will feature Trump chickens made in China.

Organizers of the Tax March hope to show the president that people do care about his tax returns, despite his administration's argument that because he won the election, nobody cares.

A Pew Research Center survey released 10 days prior to Trump's inauguration found that 60 percent of respondents said the president has a responsibility to release his returns, compared with only 33 percent who said he did not.

"We thought we'd be lucky if we got 200 people".

Organizers think thousands will show up at some locations, possibly only dozens at others.

"I was annoyed and that's when I shot off that tweet, and would have thought nothing of it", Taub said.

"I think what he (Trump) is saying is if they are tough on North Korea, I'll go easier on trade". She has testified before Congress and wrote a book about the 2008 financial crisis. I've also urged Senate Intelligence Committee leaders to "follow the money" between the president and his associates' financial connections to Russian Federation. "It tells us the story about people's priorities". Democratic lawmakers gave organizers a shout-out before heading home for their longest break since Trump took the oath of office on January 20.

President Donald Trump smiles during a meeting with police and firefighters in Washington D.C., April 13, 2017.

"We march to demand that the president release his returns, as he has repeatedly promised, but failed, to do".

He is the first president since Gerald Ford not to release his tax information.

Mr. Trump cites an audit for as his reason for not releasing his tax returns.

We have no way of knowing which deductions, exemptions and loopholes he depends upon, which is critical to understand as he and Republicans get set to rejigger to the tax code.

Your first opportunity to make Congress do the right thing is to join one of the marches and rallies scheduled worldwide on April 15, which is traditionally known in America as Tax Day. He added that Trump's refusal to release his tax returns will make it easier for candidates to do the same in the future.

"This is going to be an old-fashioned tax protest calling for King Donald to release his taxes", Raskin said. Pass-through owners pay their business taxes on their personal returns at individual rates, which for rich taxpayers can be as high as 40 percent. Ron Wyden of Oregon, Rep. Maxine Waters of California, Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland, faith leaders, and government transparency advocates will address the rally.

"If Democrats are making more hay out of Tax Day than Republicans, you know there is not only a messaging shortage, there is a bad dysfunction in the coalition", English said. "We're talking about intensity". Given these national security implications, I've asked Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch to use his authority to allow the committee to review Trump's tax returns.

While Wendy's makes millions a year in profits, Evans makes roughly $400 a month, requiring her to seek public assistance.

Schumer said Democrats generally oppose further military action, because "we believe that our big focus has to be at home".



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