Democrats are demanding that Trump release his tax returns after he repeatedly refused to during the campaign. Four in five voters - including 64 percent of Republicans - agree that Trump should release his tax returns. She said there's nothing to prevent Trump from releasing his income taxes and that "the simple truth is he's got a lot to hide".

Registered nurse Pam Craig, of Greensboro, North Carolina, says she'd like to ask Trump how much he "contributed to this country".

Presidents are not required to release their tax returns but have done so voluntarily dating to the 1970s.

On Saturday, you have the opportunity to make Congress do the right thing - by releasing many years of President Trump's complete federal income tax returns. His administration's excuse? "People don't care". Trump's break with precedent has raised questions about possible conflicts of interest.

There is no way that one can tell how many people are going to attend the protests.

Activists in West Palm Beach, Florida, are rallying rally near Trump's Mar-A-Lago resort, where he plans to spend the Easter weekend.

"We do care. We want to see his taxes", said Ann Demerlis, who was among hundreds who marched in Philadelphia from City Hall to an area in front of historic Independence Hall, carrying signs and chanting "We want your taxes now!" Organizers for Tax March San Francisco discovered the chicken and re-dubbed it "Chicken Don" to poke fun at the President for being too afraid to release his tax returns. "It's also about seeing how he makes his money and whether what he reports on his returns matches up with what he has said and done".

Almost nine in ten (88 percent) believe it is important for Trump to release his tax returns in order to "be more honest and transparent with the American people", including 62 percent who think it is "very important".

The idea for the demonstrations, called the Tax March, began with a tweet by Vermont Law School professor Jennifer Taub, the day after millions of demonstrators met around the world for the Women's March in January, in what was widely viewed as a reproach to Trump on his first full day in office.

In Washington DC, Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden and the fierce Trump critic from California, Rep. Maxine Waters.

April 15 is the national deadline for people to file their tax returns, although this year since the date falls on a Saturday, the deadline has been moved to Monday. The event was staged to protest the policies of President Donald Trump and to demand that he release his tax information.

With the White House and Congress vowing to take up tax reform after healthcare stalled in Congress, organizers said they wanted to make sure lawmakers were serving the best interests of the American people and not corporations and Wall Street.