Buried at the bottom of the Associated Press’s interview this week with Donald Trump is a quiet acknowledgement of something we’ve known for a long time: Trump has little intention of releasing his tax returns.
Trump “dismissed the idea that voters have a right to see his tax returns before going to the polls,” the AP’s Julie Pace and Jill Colvin write. “He’s so far refused to release those documents, citing an ongoing audit. And besides, he said, ‘there’s nothing to learn from them.'”
A later article bumped that revelation up and added one other detail: Trump “has said he doesn’t believe voters are interested.” read