In a sharp reversal from previous agreement with President Donald Trump, WikiLeaks tweeted out critical messages about Trump’s decision not to release his tax returns on Sunday.
In a sharp reversal from previous agreement with President Donald Trump, WikiLeaks tweeted out critical messages about Trump’s decision not to release his tax returns on Sunday. Kirsty Wigglesworth AP
In a sharp reversal from previous agreement with President Donald Trump, WikiLeaks tweeted out critical messages about Trump’s decision not to release his tax returns on Sunday. Kirsty Wigglesworth AP

WikiLeaks blasts Trump’s decision to not release taxes, possibly ending a new alliance

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