Clinton's campaign has already released tax returns going back to 2007, and has said decades' worth of her tax returns prior to that are publicly available.

"We're having a tremendous problem in Utah", Trump told a conference room filled with evangelical pastors, blaming a "false narrative" that has been built up around his candidacy.

"Based on what we know from the Trump campaign, he wants America to work for him and his friends, at the expense of everyone else", she said, at a manufacturing company.

Clinton meant to try to make the case that Trump's agenda would benefit him and his wealthy friends, and to characterize his plans as an update of "trickle-down economics", according to her campaign.

Yet the Clinton campaign's overarching message about her opponent is that he's an anomaly whom many Republicans are rejecting, a reckless menace who she says lacks both an understanding of the U.S. Constitution and the knowledge of global affairs needed to be the leader of the free world.

Hillary Clinton denounced Donald Trump's suggestion that gun owners could stop her from appointing liberal supreme court justices - pointing to it as the latest evidence of behavior by him unbefitting of a presidential candidate.

"While there have always been disagreements across the two sides of the aisle, we feel that Mr. Trump presents a clear and present danger to American democracy, prestige and civil discourse", Morris County Democratic Chairman Chip Robinson said in a statement released on Wednesday. Tim Kaine, "is expected to release his returns from the last 10 years", according to ABC.

Trump delivered an economic speech in Detroit on Monday. And where did he rally days before Republicans went to the polls: Macomb Community College Sports & Expo Center in Warren, a venue just miles from where Clinton spokes on Thursday. She said that according to independent analysis "under my plans, we'll create about 10.4 million new jobs". Faced with Trump's pessimism about the state of the country, she often tries to talk up the state of the economy under a president whose administration she served in for four years.

Clinton aides see her focus on the economy, especially spurring small businesses growth and investment in American industries, as one area that more Republicans could be drawn away from Trump.

In addition to ripping Trump's vision, Clinton will speak extensively on her economic and jobs plan, which she has touted throughout the USA since the Democratic National Convention last month.

Trump wants to cut taxes for businesses and workers, and go with a three-bracket income tax system that's close to what House Republicans have recommended.

Although U.S. presidential candidates are not required to make their tax returns public, every contender for the White House has done so since 1973. But so much about how she'd make it all happen remains a question mark. "Real estate is notorious for throwing off huge deductions". At a rally Tuesday, Trump falsely said his Democratic rival wanted to revoke the right to gun ownership.

Pence eyes his future: Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence "has emerged as the Republican ticket's cleaner-up in chief", who is cast in the role of trying to explain the controversial comments of the man at the top of the ticket, Trump, the New York Times reports. While Trump uses the term "hit" as a euphemism for verbal attacks, the violent imagery dovetailed with incidents of physical violence at some of his rallies and prompted some advisers to request that he tone down his rhetoric.