Trump Noncommittal on Releasing His Taxes, But His Spokeswoman Demanded Romney Release Tax Info in 2012

Posted by on Feb 25, 2016 at 8:11 am

If Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz have any hopes they’ll go nuclear on Trump’s taxes in their debate tonight.

As it stands, there are only two men in America who can take on Trump and defeat him: Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. The two senators clearly don’t like each other. Each thinks that if only the other guy would drop out of the race, a conservative coalition would consolidate in time to top Trump. Each hopes that some outside bazooka of money will open up on Trump to take him down a notch or two. Wrong, wrong, all wrong. If either Rubio or Cruz is going to defeat Trump, the turnaround will begin tonight at the GOP debate in Houston. If Rubio or Cruz can’t lock horns with Donald Trump and best him Thursday night in the political gong show that we call a debate, then it’s not going to happen.

If Marco Rubio can’t stand up to Donald Trump’s juvenile insults and turn the tables, then Rubio isn’t tough or ruthless enough to be president of the United States. If Ted Cruz can’t use his lawyerly skills to mercilessly shred Donald Trump’s equivocations and half-truths and flip-flops, then Cruz isn’t strong or canny enough to be president of the United States. If these guys can’t sense the urgency of the moment and rise to the challenge by bringing down Trump, they have no business asking for conservatives’ votes or leading America in a dark and dangerous moment on the world stage.

So Wednesday Mitt Romney came along and dropped this nugget on Trump. While responding with his typical loudmouth bluster, Trump clearly has a problem here, and if he thinks he can stall this, then good luck fending off Democrats if he’s to win the nomination.

The GOP front-runner said in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper that he will “make a determination over the next couple of months” as to whether he will release his tax returns.

Oh, he’ll decide in a couple of months if he’ll  release them. Good luck with that. He might want to coordinate this message with his spokewoman, who chimed in on “Romeny” and his tax issues back in 2012, (via Jimmy Princeton):

Oopsie! And that wasn’t just an isolated comment. Here she is six months earlier:

Here too is one of his media buttboys calling out Romney:

Embarrassing. But at the same time, these people are incapable of shame of embarrassment.

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One Response to “Trump Noncommittal on Releasing His Taxes, But His Spokeswoman Demanded Romney Release Tax Info in 2012”

  1. Wubio's Ice Cream Wagon on 26/26/16 at 9:43 pm

    Isn’t Mittens too busy reminiscing on his victorious 2012 election?
    Oh wait…nevermind.