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Trump: Who Paid for Tax Return Rallies?

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Protesters in Los Angeles (Mark Ralston/Getty Images)

By    |   Sunday, 16 Apr 2017 10:10 AM

President Donald Trump shared some Easter Sunday tweets pointed at tax season, election-result deniers, and undetermined funders of political protests.

Trump questioned why calls for his tax returns keep coming up after he "easily won the electoral college," something he considered an improbable "thing to do for a Republican" nowadays. And, in a subsequent tweet, called for someone to look into how the protests this weekend were funded.

Protests in more than 180 cities were organized Saturday in a public call for President Trump to release his tax returns post-election. Also, advocacy group Electronic Privacy Information Center sued the IRS for President Trump's tax returns under the guise of "misstatements of fact" amid investigations of alleged ties between President Trump's campaign and transition with Russia.

Earlier Sunday, Trump tweeted a rebuke of criticism he had flipped on calling China a currency manipulator, saying he would not do so as they are aiding to ease military tensions with North Korea.

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