Advocates to Announce Plans for 30K+ Person March in NYC to Demand that Pres. Trump Release His Tax Returns

NEW YORK, NY (04/07/2017) (readMedia)-- On Sunday, advocates and elected officials will announce plans for a massive tax march scheduled for Saturday, April 15, 2017 @ 1pm, where thousands will demand to see Donald Trump's tax returns.

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New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, Strong Economy for All, NY Communities for Change, Working Families Party, Resist Here, Vocal NY, Common Cause/NY.


Advocates will announce details of the massive Tax March happening in New York City and across the country to demand that President Trump release his personal and business tax returns on Tax Day.

WHEN: Sunday April 09, 2017 at 01:30PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
WHERE: Trump International Hotel and Towers
Columbus Circle (Central Park side of the street)
Central Park West
New York, New York 10023


March Coordinator Wes Shockley said, “Donald Trump owes it to all Americans to provide us with a transparent and corruption-free government and on this democratic priority he is failing. He needs to release his taxes. On nearly every issue, Donald Trump has failed to be transparent; he’s failed to be a supporter of equality and fairness; he’s failed to be a President for the people. Donald Trump is a failure, that’s unlikely to change – but the least he could do is be transparent and honest about his motives for these abhorrent policies, and that starts with releasing his taxes.”

Other simultaneous marches are taking place in New York State in Albany, Binghamton, Bethpage Buffalo, Syracuse , as well as in an additional 42 states across the country and in 6 international locations.

An ABC/Washington Post poll found that nearly three in four Americans (74 percent) agree that Donald Trump should release his tax returns, including a majority of Republicans (53 percent). Two in three Americans are concerned that Donald Trump is putting his own interests above the national interest. Releasing his taxes would address important questions about Trump’s links to Russia, sources of income and debt, as well as his ties to other governments, banks, and businesses.