Listen: NY lawmakers push bill requiring elected officials, president to release taxes
"There is talk in Albany of requiring statewide elected officials in New York, including the president. To disclose their state income tax returns, presumably much of the information would be consistent with federal tax returns. Which President Trump has refused to make public during the campaign. He said he could not release them because he was under audit over the weekend. White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, said congressional Democrats will never see Trump's tax returns. Governor Cuomo said he's against politicizing tax disclosures. But said he supports transparency and disclosure by elected officials spokesperson for the governor said he believes elected officials on all levels should be prepared to release their"