Thousands of voters from all over the country marched on Saturday to show President Donald Trump that they do indeed care about his tax returns.
Liberals and anti-Trump conservatives alike joined the roughly 100 protests held across the country.
"We do care. We want to see his taxes", said Ann Demerlis, who was among hundreds who marched in Philadelphia from City Hall to an area in front of historic Independence Hall, carrying signs and chanting "We want your taxes now!"
Palm Beach resident Dan Baker said Saturday's march was the first rally that he's ever attended. In addition to the expected 25,000 marching in "Tax March Seattle", as many as 7,000 Black Lives Matter activists plan to come out for their own rally focusing on Trump's tax returns. She says she pushed the effort because she cares "about transparency and conflict of interest". 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". Trump's break with precedent has raised questions about possible conflicts of interest. "No", Saunders said, "but maybe it will spur Congress to force something to be done about his taxes", Patterson said, "And if they don't, we'll be paying attention on the upcoming elections".
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"We all are very interested in not only where this president had business ties and who he is beholden to, but why he refuses to show us", Silverman said.
In Florida, Trump's motorcade was forced to take a detour because of demonstrators who blocked bridges between his Mar-a-Lago resort and one of his golf courses, where he spent the day.
Trump was the first major-party nominee in more than 40 years not to release his tax returns, saying it was because he was under audit.
Protesters in North Carolina are calling on President Donald Trump to continue a four-decade presidential tradition and release his income tax returns. Thirty-foot inflatable chickens will also go up at the marches in New York City and San Francisco, according to Kevin Donohoe, a Tax March organizer.
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Some say Trump's tax returns might show he has paid little or nothing to run the government he now heads, or that he was deeply indebted to Russian, Chinese or other foreign interests.
Organizers said 20,000 people marched in NY.
Protesters are taking to the streets across the country to demand that President Donald Trump release his tax returns.
Earlier, Sen. Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat, called on Trump to 'knock off the secrecy and said people have "a basic right to know whether the president pays his fair share". It's important to understand how trumps taxes are structured. Many lawmakers, including some Republicans, have also called on him to make them public.
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