Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence said Saturday he will release his tax returns soon amid calls by critics for Donald Trump to do the same.
Speaking on WABC radio's "Election Central with Rita Cosby," Pence said that the public would not be surprised by the information in his tax records.
"When my tax returns are released it's going to be a quick read … the Pences have not become more wealthy as a result of 16 years in public service," the Indiana governor said.
Trump has repeatedly said he would release his tax returns but has not done so, saying it is because he is under audit. The IRS has said that wouldn't prevent him from releasing his tax returns, NBC News reported.
Trump spokesperson Hope Hicks said Saturday Trump plans to release his returns "when the audit is complete."