The protestors said they want more accountability and transparency from the president
U.S. President Donald Trump holds a news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in the East Room of the White House April 12, 2017 in Washington, DC. Trump reaffirmed the United States' commitment to the North Atlantic alliance and its 'ironclad' pledge to defend NATO allies, even though he repeatedly questioned the relevance of the military organization during the campaign.
CHICAGO (AP) -- Protesters are took part in Tax Day demonstrations nationwide, calling on President Donald Trump to release his tax returns.
Organizers say marches were planned Saturday in about 150 cities, including Indianapolis and Washington, D.C., where theirs began with a rally at the U.S. Capitol.
Trump is the first major party nominee in more than 40 years to not release his tax returns, saying it was because he was under audit. He later said that voters don't care.
Protest organizers say Americans deserve to know about Trump's business ties and potential conflicts of interest.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, of Massachusetts, on Friday posted an online video urging Congress to force Trump to release the returns.
Tuesday, April 18th is the deadline for taxpayers to file returns.