Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is expected to reveal his 2011 tax return following months of criticism for disclosing only one year of his personal taxes, rather than the requested five.
According to his senior adviser Ed Gillespie, Romney will disclose the 2011 return as soon as possible. "Look," he said, " October 15 is the deadline for the IRS on an extension. We have said that as soon as they're ready we're going to release them."
He also argued the Democrats' focus on the tax returns is an attempt to distract voters from " a four-year-long record of failed policies".
According to the Obama campaign however, it is merely another sign that Romney, one of the richest men ever to run for president, is out of touch with the lives of ordinary Americans.
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