April 15 is Tax Day in the United States (the day by which the prior calendar year’s taxes need to be filed). Since April 15 falls on a Saturday this year and Easter Monday, procrastinators have until Tuesday April 18 to file their taxes.
There were protests in some cities, demanding that President Trump release his tax returns. In a tweet, Trump called the protests ‘small organized rallies ‘and ‘that someone should look into them’. (Which elicited a storm of responses, of course. The honest truth is that someone should look into the tax returns of the President – to determine all the multiple conflicts of interest between his business interests and his holding office as President of the United States, while also having his family members on the White House staff).