Trump blasts Tax Day protests, says 'election is over!'

President Donald Trump reminded left wing activists nationwide that he won the election in a series of tweets Sunday morning.

Mr. Trump is the first president since Gerald Ford to not release his tax return, and he has refused to since he was on the campaign trail. A poll taken in January, the results of which we have no reason to doubt still hold true, found that three of every four Americans - including a majority of Republicans - think Trump should release his tax returns. Trump repeatedly said his returns were being audited, precluding their release.

Meanwhile, Trump was in West Palm Beach, Fla., avoiding angry protestors, but he took the time to tweet his reaction on Easter Sunday.

The demonstrations were timed to coincide with "Tax Day", April 15, which is traditionally the deadline for taxpayers to submit their annual returns to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Piggybacking off the tax return comment, President Trump turned his fingers towards Saturday's Tax Marches, in which thousands marched through Manhattan and other us cities demanding Trump release his tax returns.

Americans of all political stripes should continue to demand the release of the president's tax returns as he promised to do.

Two of the biggest Tax rallies took place in NY and Los Angeles, where witnesses said about 5,000 people were present in each cities, demanding the president to release his taxes.

Theresa May is 'running scared' of a leaders' debate with Nicola Sturgeon
Her predecessor David Cameron agreed to be questioned in front of a BBC Questiontime-style audience at the 2015 general election. They included a seven-way party leaders' TV debate, which was watched on ITV by an average audience of 7 million viewers.

Seventy-one-year-old Ilene Singh said he's wrong.

In Berkeley, Calif., police arrested at least 20 people at unrelated gatherings of about 200 pro- and anti-Trump people in a park after fist fighting erupted.

"You know, the only one that cares about my tax returns are the reporters". It has legal authority to obtain confidential tax records, and could vote to make them public. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer has said the president's refusal to release his taxes could undercut his push for tax reform.

But it's unlikely they'll see returns anytime soon - if at all.

Critics say Trump's failure to release returns raises conflict-of-interest questions about his business empire.

Kinzinger is among few Republicans joining Democrats on the issue.

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