Republican vice presidential nominee Gov. Mike Pence plans to release his tax returns, even as his top-of-the-ticket running mate Donald Trump continues to refuse to do so.
Pence said the returns will make for "a quick read."
When my forms are filed and when my tax returns are released it's going to be a quick read," Pence said Saturday on WABC Radio's "Election Central with Rita Cosby." "The Pences have not become more wealthy as a result of sixteen years in public service. There's been a lot of sacrifices, we're a middle-class family, and it's been a tremendous honor to serve as I am as Governor of Indiana, and my years in the Congress, and we'll look forward to making all that information available."
Pence Saturday had ignored questions about whether he would put out his returns. Trump has said he cannot release his taxes due to an ongoing audit.
Pence will appear on Sunday morning on Fox News Sunday.