Donald Trump should release his tax returns.
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As to the audit releasing the information would not harm Trump. Since no new information would be disclosed.
"This claim, on its face, is absurd, since he would simply be releasing information the IRS already has. No new information would be disclosed." 
I don't even know what HRC is. You could be making up the selling of uranium entirely, with no outside link as evidence I can't take your claim seriously, and thus I dismiss it as a bare assertion.
"Lastly, the return represents a major political poker chip in that he can use it as a tool to find those 33,000 classified emails mysteriously gone missing by offering his returns in exchange for her dirt." Kieran.NYC
Good then have him release it in exchange for the missing emails. The more information the public has on both candidates the better.
I would like to point out that google does not allow you to search up articles regarding the topic, so you have to search it up on bing because we live in a thought policed world.
Regarding the debate and tax returns, you are right in that "no new information would be disclosed" but this really is not the case because the corrupt media (which we all know exists as evidenced by the whitewashing of any anti-Clinton work)  will now have the opportunity to simply write phony hit jobs regarding how Trump is an unpatriotic American because he hardly pays taxes (like any successful businessperson). I believe, like many Americans that his tax returns do not matter. While I must concede that I am by no means a tax lawyer, nor an expert in the field of taxation, the fact is that Forbes's Rob Woods has even stated that
"The fact that the IRS says that Mr. Trump could decide to release the returns despite an audit does not mean that doing so would be a good idea. From a tax viewpoint, most tax lawyers have said that the tax-smart thing is for Trump not to release the returns until his audit has been completely concluded." 
Overall, I just find it nonsensical to really put much emphasis into tax returns when there are much larger issues plaguing our candidates, nation, and world.
That's why I stop identifying myself and others in terms of liberal or conservative. Sure, if someone is obviously bias towards one side I will note it, but I am noting the bias as opposed to party affiliation. That's why I like to look at a liberal and conservative new site to determine the truth. This is especially helpful when both cover the same story.
As for corruption, yes there is lots of corruption on both sides. We need to crack down on it, I think getting Hilary to exchange the deleted emails for Trump's tax returns would be a great start. As for other problems that's a red herring.
That's the equivalent of stating that I should not worry about cleaning up a small mess in my room because there are larger problems in the middle east.
Despite, the problems in the middle east, its probably a good idea to clean up the small mess in your room. Thus my opponent bringing up larger and more pressing problems is a red herring and has no impact.
I would like to make note of the fact that you never actually put any real reason why it really matters to the general public or what is actually accomplished by Trump releasing his tax returns.
You came extremely off of the point and began arguing about corruption and the media, which I interpret to be because you never really had much of an argument.
I'm glad that we shared our points of view and I had a great time with this.
I urge everybody to vote con, since I provided real reasons as to why this idea is simply farcical.
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