Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump waves following a campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio, U.S., July 27, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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The wealthy Democratic donors, many of whom run complex businesses, know firsthand how revealing tax returns can be. Perhaps that's why they can't stop talking about Republican nominee Donald Trump's refusal to release his.From their suites at the Ritz-Carlton hotel, the finance hub at this week's Democratic convention, and at the event's auxiliary swanky parties, supporters of Hillary Clinton are sounding the alarm about Trump's break with decades of presidential campaign tradition.Clinton put out eight years of recent tax filings last summer, and her backers lament that voters don't seem to understand why Trump's refusal to do the same matters.There's literally a bounty for the Trump documents.Moishe Mana, a top fundraiser for Clinton, has offered to give $1 million to the charity of Trump's choice if he makes them public. Trump said Wednesday that he has no ties to Russia whatsoever, but that hasn't stopped Democratic donors in Philadelphia from saying that in the absence of Trump's tax returns, voters are left to wonder whether there are undisclosed financial ties between Trump and foreign entities.
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