Hundreds in Houston demand that Donald Trump release taxes

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Hundreds of sign-wielding Houston taxpayers congregated outside City Hall Saturday as part of a nationwide appeal to President Donald Trump to release his tax returns.

Tax March Houston kicked off at 10:30 a.m. with dozens of green-shirted anti-Trump protestors co-mingling at 901 Bagby.

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A lineup of political activists spoke before the march around downtown started on Smith Street.


“The anti-Trump resistance is strong. We must keep this resistance going,” Brian Harrison, of Socialist Alternative, told the crowd.

Signs that read “Chicken Don – Where’s your money?,” “Hide Eggs, Not Taxes” waved about the growing crowd as young families, elderly couples and millennials fell in line for the march.

Scroll through the above gallery to see images from the Tax Day protests in Houston


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