An online petition demanding the release of President Donald Trump's full tax returns has attracted enough signatures to require a White House response.
The petition, created on Inauguration Day, was signed by more than 135,000 people by midday on Saturday.
Under rules by former President Barack Obama, a petition needs 100,000 signatures within 30 days to get a response from the government.
Trump has refused to release the tax returns until the IRS completes an audit.
It is unclear whether Trump's White House will respond.
All weekend it felt as though the new administration had a self-destruct button and was desperately searching for it.
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