Donald Trump Says Mitt Romney Is a ‘Dope’

February 25, 2016, 5:02 PM UTC
Mitt Romney Campaigns With AK Senate Candidate Dan Sullivan In Anchorage
ANCHORAGE, AK - NOVEMBER 03: Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney addresses the crowd during a rally for Republican Senate candidate Dan Sullivan at a PenAir airplane hangar on November 3, 2014 in Anchorage, Alaska. The U.S. Senate race in Alaska between incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Begich and Republican candidate Dan Sullivan continues to be closely contested. (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)
Photograph by David Ryder — Getty Images

As Donald Trump increases his odds to win the Republican presidential nomination, one big question keeps popping up: Will he release his tax returns?

It’s not a requirement for candidates, but the disclosure has become a standard practice. Trump says he hasn’t decided yet if he’ll release his returns, and his lack of action is raising an even bigger question: What’s inside?

At least one prominent Republican thinks some big news could be lying in the documents—2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

On Fox News Wednesday, Romney declared his belief that Trump’s tax return could include a “bombshell.” It is a bit ironic for Romney to push Trump on the issue, as his delay in releasing his tax returns caused much controversy in 2012.


Trump responded to Romney on Twitter with his characteristic vitriol.

Trump joins his fellow Republican candidates for their final debate tonight before the Super Tuesday primaries on March 1.

Read More

Great ResignationDiversity and InclusionCompensationCEO DailyCFO DailyModern Board