Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's tax returns are back in the spotlight.
Obama campaign manager Jim Messina offered the Romney campaign a deal on Friday: "If the Governor will release five years of returns, I commit in turn that we will not criticize him for not releasing more—neither in ads nor in other public communications or commentary for the rest of the campaign."
Romney campaign manager Matt Rhoades replied:
"If Governor Romney’s tax returns are the core message of your campaign, there will be ample time for President Obama to discuss them over the next 81 days."
Nevada Sen. Harry Reid previously charged that Romney has not paid taxes for a decade.
Romney told reporters he has paid a tax rate of at least 13 percent per year for the past 10 years.
The Obama campaign called on him to prove it.
"Mitt and Ann Romney have released their complete 2010 tax return and an estimate of their 2011 return. (A full copy of their final 2011 return will be made public as soon as it is filed in the upcoming weeks)," Romney's website states.
Romney is often reminded that his father, George, released a dozen years of tax returns when he was a candidate.
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