Trump tweeted today, “Signing a recent tax return- isn’t this ridiculous?
All six GOP candidates have released and discussed their tax plans for America, but so far….no one has released their own personal tax returns, yet the attention is focused on Trump.
Trump will undoubtedly be the first one to turn in his tax returns to the GOP. The question is, why haven’t they asked for the other candidates to show theirs yet?
Cruz and Rubio both are getting a free pass for not releasing IRS returns. Although there is no legal requirement to share tax returns with the public, every major party nominee since 1976 has done so — often well before winning the nomination.
If I were Trump, I would wait until Cruz and Rubio released theirs. Even then, I might not … what would happen if he didn’t? Is it really anybody’s business to look at anyone’s personal tax returns?
Now I say this for a specific reason. For you see, it will be the media vultures and pundits who don’t know how to file their own tax returns and need their certified public accountant to explain them that will be the ones critiquing and ridiculing the paper work?
That being said, I wouldn’t do it. Yet we all know Trump will.