Rhode Island Bill Could Keep Trump Off 2020 Ballot Unless He Releases Tax Returns

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Rhode Island passed a bill that was passed by the state’s senate requires presidential candidates to disclose their income tax returns in order to appear on the ballot in 2020. The bill is aimed at Trump because he refused to release them in 2016, claiming that they were under audit. Other states are considering similar legislation.

Rhode Island’s state Senate on Tuesday passed a bill that would require candidates for president and vice president to make their tax returns public in order to get on the Rhode Island ballot.

The bill — which passed by a 34-to-3 vote — now goes to the state House.

The legislation’s lead sponsor, Sen. Gayle Goldin (D), noted that every presidential candidate since Richard Nixon voluntarily released their tax returns until Donald Trump’s presidential run.

“Tax returns provide essential information about candidates’ conflicts of interest,” Goldin argued.

During Trump’s campaign for the Oval Office, he faced heavy criticism for not releasing copies of his tax returns.

Trump refrained from making his filings public, saying they were under audit by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and he would release them once the review was complete.

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So every president prior to Nixon, like JFK, Ike, Truman, and FDR are all suspect? Most were Democrats.