Millions of protesters around the world marched to promote women's rights this weekend in the wake of U.S. President Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.
Now, activists are looking to their next target — Trump's tax returns.
Trump promised during the campaign he would release his tax returns after he was done being audited. But now, his advisor Kellyanne Conway says the president has no plans to release anything, according to The Washington Post.
Trump is the only major party nominee to not release his tax returns since 1976.
Protesters, looking to galvanize momentum after a successful weekend, called for anti-Trump demonstrations on April 15 — a day which is usually the filing deadline for U.S. tax returns (since it falls on a Saturday this year, taxes are actually due on April 18).
Trump claims no one cares about his taxes. The next mass protest should be on Tax Day to prove him wrong.— Frank Lesser (@sadmonsters) January 22, 2017
I ENDORSE THIS 100%. This is the next march. This is the next demonstration. Please RT, everyone. Every city. https://t.co/lgVLknPnnG— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) January 23, 2017
Pssst. April 15 is a Saturday, and someone hasn't released his taxes yet. What do you think about marching again? #TrumpTaxesMarch— Tim Eldred (@TimJEldred) January 23, 2017
I totally support this: Next mass protest day is Tax Day. Now known as Show Us Your Taxes Day.— Ali Davis (@Ali_Davis) January 23, 2017
Beau Willimon, showrunner of the dystopian Washington drama "House of Cards," weighed in, offering tips on exactly how to ensure the protests happen.
"The demand is clear-cut: hard- working, tax-paying Americans want Trump to release his tax returns. We want transparency," Willimon wrote.
2. Team up with a local organization in your area that will sponsor. Work with them to get proper permits to ensure a smooth, peaceful event— Beau Willimon (@BeauWillimon) January 23, 2017
Saturday's Women's Marches likely drew over three million participants in the U.S. alone, according to the statisticians at FiveThirtyEight.
Trump responded to the protests on Twitter, first calling out celebrity protesters, before acknowledging the role of peaceful protest in democracy.
Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election! Why didn't these people vote? Celebs hurt cause badly.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 22, 2017
Peaceful protests are a hallmark of our democracy. Even if I don't always agree, I recognize the rights of people to express their views.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 22, 2017
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