Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign may release her 2015 tax returns as soon as this Friday, adding to pressure for opponent Donald Trump to do the same, according to a report.
Clinton’s running mate, Democratic Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia, will also release 10 years of returns, according to the report from ABC News.
The disclosure comes as GOP nominee Donald Trump continues to ignore demands that he release his tax returns from a long list of public figures including billionaire investor Warren Buffett, former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Trump has cited a long list of excuses to explain his failure to do so, including, most recently, a federal audit.
Hillary and Bill Clinton have already released tax returns from 2007 to 2014. During that time they earned more than $140 million and paid $57 million in taxes.
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