Trump campaign calls on Albridge to release his tax returns

President Donald Trump’s campaign is urging the former CEO of asset management company Modera Wealth Management to release more tax information, saying it’s time for people to know their wealth is being taxed at the highest level.

In a statement released Monday, the Trump campaign said: “President Trump and Albridge have a fiduciary responsibility to protect their own personal wealth.

When President Trump took office in January, he pledged to take action to protect taxpayers’ personal financial wealth and the wealth of the American people.

The president’s proposed tax reform will make it much easier for Americans to file their taxes.

This is a major priority of the Trump Administration.

The White House’s proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will protect and advance the American middle class and protect the American economy.”

Modera’s parent company, Albridge, has been embroiled in a scandal over the use of millions of dollars in tax-exempt donations to pay for lavish gifts and trips for its employees, including to the White House.

The tax-reporting company, which has been a frequent target of the Obama administration, has previously admitted that it has received money from individuals who have donated millions of pounds of gifts to the company.

It is one of the top 5 tax-evasion schemes in the world, according to Transparency International.

The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Modera was a mainstay in the Trump family’s real estate empire, with more than $1 billion in assets under management.

In December, it was forced to apologize after it was revealed that it had paid more than a million dollars in fees to its former CEO, former Trump business partner George Papadopoulos.