Donald Trump will not be releasing his tax returns as long as they remain under audit, campaign chairman Paul Manafort said today. 

"Mr. Trump has said that his taxes are under audit and he will not be releasing them," he said in a CBS interview

Democrats, along with 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney and political columnist George Will, have speculated that Trump's tax returns would show Russian investments or other potentially damaging information.

"It has nothing to do with Russia, it has nothing to do with any country other than the United States and his normal tax auditing process," said Manafort.

Democrats have also claimed that the DNC emails were accessed by Russian hackers and then handed over to WikiLeaks, which released them last week. 

They've claimed that Vladimir Putin is trying to influence the outcome of the election in favor of Trump. 

The GOP nominee addressed the allegations on Twitter. 


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