Trump says no one cares about his taxes. These photos from today prove otherwise.

As millions of Americans pay their taxes, protesters nationwide are demanding President Donald Trump make his tax returns public.

During his lone press conference as President-elect on January 11, just nine days before his inauguration, Donald Trump brazenly told a reporter asking if he would disclose his tax returns that because he won the election, he also won the right to keep his tax returns private.

“You know, the only one that cares about my tax returns are the reporters, okay? They’re the only ones,” Trump said at the time. “I won; I mean, I became president. No, I don’t think they care at all. I don’t think they care at all. I think you care.”

As Politifact pointed out, Trump is wrong to say that there’s no interest in his tax returns. Just a day before Trump made that comment, Pew Research released the results of a poll conducted that found 60 percent of respondents think Trump should release his tax returns. Even 38 percent of respondents who self-identified as Republican thought then-President-elect Trump should show his tax returns to the public. In addition to Pew’s poll, a Quinnipiac poll released two months prior to the election found that 74 percent of all voters polled wanted Trump’s tax returns to be made public.

While there’s no official count yet, there are likely at least hundreds of thousands of people marching in the streets to demand Trump make his tax returns public. According to the official #TaxMarch website, marches are underway in 191 cities across America. Several cities around the world are also holding solidarity marches in the United Kingdom, Germany, New Zealand, and Japan.

Here are some of the best pictures and videos from Tax Marches around the country:


Jamie Green is a contributor for the Resistance Report covering the Trump administration, and lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.