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The Fight Over Trump’s Tax Returns Isn't Over

Protests in nearly 200 cities are set for Saturday to demand that the president release his personal financial documents.
Source: Lynne Sladky / AP

On Saturday, thousands are once again expected to march in cities across the U.S. But this time it’s not because of immigration policy or issues that affect women—it’s to demand the release of President Donald Trump’s tax returns.

The main marches—organized by a group of nonprofit leaders and members of the Working Families Party—will take place in Washington, D.C., and New York, with simultaneous  demonstrations planned in

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