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Trump Asks For More Time To File His Taxes

The president, who has kept his taxes under wraps, will file his tax return by Oct. 15 — the deadline set for taxpayers who ask for extensions.
President Trump has filed for an extension on his taxes. Trump has bucked the tradition of presidents and major presidential candidates releasing their tax returns to the public. Source: Saul Loeb

President Trump will not meet the federal deadline to file his 2017 tax return in April, the White House said.

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