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He has claimed that ongoing IRS audits prevent him from doing so, even though such audits wouldn’t restrict anyone from publishing their returns. And Trump is mandated to be audited during the rest of his time in office. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Monday reiterated Trump’s stance. “It’s the same thing that was discussed during the campaign trail — the president is under audit. It’s a routine one that continues,” Spicer said. “Nothing has changed.” But Trump’s public statements about his returns have shifted subtly over the years. At first, Trump was open about wanting to release his returns. He began citing the ongoing audit as a reason not to release them in early 2016. Here’s a selection of remarks Trump has made: MAY 20, 2014: More than a year before he announced his presidential campaign, Trump told an Irish television station that he would “absolutely” release his tax returns if he entered the race. “If I decide to run for office, I’ll produce my tax returns, absolutely,” he said.
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