Does anyone know what Donald Trump's position on releasing his tax records will be this week? In case you wanted to know a history of his positions, here they are. In 2011, when Trump was in his "birther" stage, he said he would release his tax returns if President Obama released his birth certificate. Obama released his birth certificate, Trump reneged on his promise to release his tax returns. In 2012, with Mitt Romney running for President, Donald Trump criticized him for trying to keep his tax returns private. In January 2016 Trump said he would release his tax records. But after winning several primaries, he reversed his position and said he couldn't release them because he was being audited. And he said he was being audited because the IRS likes to audit the taxes of "good Christians like himself". In March Trump said that there was no reason to release his tax returns because "there is nothing to learn from them." In April he said his tax returns were "none of your business", then softened that stance by saying he wants to release them but he can't because he's being audited. Recently he's bragged about paying as little as possible. "That's the American way", he says. But in campaign speeches he will attack corporations for using tax loopholes to “get away with murder”. Hypocrite. Last week he said he pays "substantial taxes" but gave no specifics. He says he "tries to pay as little as possible because the government takes your money and wastes it in the Middle East." So what will his position on releasing his tax returns be this week? Should presidential candidates release tax records?