U.S. Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine criticizes Republican Donald Trump for not releasing his tax returns. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) A day after U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton released her tax returns, her running mate hit the campaign trail, criticizing rival Donald Trump's decision not to make his returns public. "You have a right to know, you have a right to know. I don't care if whether you're Democrat, Republican, or Independent, you have a right to know." said Tim Kaine at a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire. Clinton released her tax returns on Friday, painting the move as a sign of transparency that her campaign says Trump lacks. U.S. presidential candidates are not required to release their tax returns, but it has become a common custom. Trump has cited an audit by the Internal Revenue Service in refusing to release his returns. Trump also has said his taxes are no one's business and that they reveal little.