Romney rejects calls to release more tax returns

Mitt Romney accused President Obama Monday of running “a campaign based on falsehood and dishonesty” and insisted he would make public only two years of tax returns, despite the urging of some in his own party to release more.

Over the weekend, some Republicans joined the Obama campaign in calling for Romney to show voters his returns from before 2010, the only year for which the presumptive Republican presidential nominee has released a complete tax return. Romney also made public an estimate for 2011 in January and has pledged to release a complete return for that year, once it is finished.

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