'Who paid for' rallies seeking release of tax returns

"Someone should look into who paid for the small organized rallies yesterday", Trump tweeted Sunday.

Organizers said more than 100,000 people - some with inflatable rubber chickens - marched in cities across the United State on Saturday to protest Trump's refusal to release his tax returns.

Demonstrators in dozens of US cities and towns, including Washington D.C., New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Palm Beach, where Trump was spending Easter Weekend at his resort Mar-a-Lago, marched on Saturday to demand Trump release his tax returns. The New York Times anonymously received the first pages of Trump's 1995 state tax filings, which showed a net loss of about $916 million.

"I did what was an nearly an impossible thing to do for a Republican-easily won the the Electoral College!"

Appearing on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday, the Vermont senator Bernie Sanders said: "The American people need to understand what kind of involvement Trump's business dealings have overseas and what kind of leverage those dealings may have on his policies as president of the United States". "Now Tax Returns are brought up again?" he tweeted earlier Monday.

Actually, Trump's win was quite narrow. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton hammered him on the subject. Officers confiscated knives and makeshift weapons.

"We are under the same audit that existed, so nothing has changed." said Spicer. However, many tax experts say Trump is not barred from releasing the information during the audit.

But many demonstrators said they hoped Saturday's marches would convince Trump otherwise. Protesters in Raleigh, N.C., said they suspect that Trump's returns might show he has paid little or nothing to the government he now heads, or that he was indebted to Russian, Chinese, or other foreign interests.

A day after the massive January 21 women's march in Washington and other cities, comedy writer Frank Lesser tapped out on Twitter, "Trump claims no one cares about his taxes".

"I have it. I have it", said the fake Trump.

The demonstrations, organised by a loose coalition of labour and left-leaning groups with various economic agendas, are meant to focus on Trump's refusal to disclose his tax-paying history, something his predecessors in the White House have done for more than 40 years.

"If he thinks he can get away with playing king, he's got another thought coming", Waters said.

Three Republicans from the House Freedom Caucus - Rep. Mark Sanford, Rep. Ted Yoho and Rep. Justin Amash - have signed onto a Democratic measure to force the release of Trump's returns. It has legal authority to obtain confidential tax records, and could vote to make them public. He also denounced the White House visitor logs, which TIME reported that President Trump will not be releasing, saying he's "not running a B & B".

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