Americans want to see Clinton’s deleted emails: Trump campaign
New York: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s campaign has said that the American public wants to see the thousands of emails deleted by his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton to keep authorities from untangling a corrupt scheme and not her tax returns released by her. “Hillary Clinton has turned over the only records nobody wants to see from her – the American public wants to see the 33,000 emails she deleted to obstruct an FBI investigation,” Jason Miller, senior communication advisor of the Trump Campaign said. The Trump campaign statement came hours after Ms Clinton released the latest tax returns of her and her husband Bill Clinton.
According to the returns, in 2015, the Clintons paid an effective federal income tax rate of 34.2 per cent and an effective state and local income tax rate of nine per cent for a combined federal, state, and local effective tax rate of 43.2 per cent. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee has not released his tax returns.