U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump, left, and Hillary Clinton face different standards on disclosure. Clinton has been the subject of reviews of her email as secretary of state and has released her tax returns for multiple years, but Trump has been circumspect about his business dealings and has refused to release his income taxes.
U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump, left, and Hillary Clinton face different standards on disclosure. Clinton has been the subject of reviews of her email as secretary of state and has released her tax returns for multiple years, but Trump has been circumspect about his business dealings and has refused to release his income taxes. Mary Altaffer and Chuck Burton AP
U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump, left, and Hillary Clinton face different standards on disclosure. Clinton has been the subject of reviews of her email as secretary of state and has released her tax returns for multiple years, but Trump has been circumspect about his business dealings and has refused to release his income taxes. Mary Altaffer and Chuck Burton AP

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