Gloating like the cat that swallowed the canary, MITT ROMNEY of the 2012 tax return flap strongly says HILLARY HAS TO PRODUCE HER TAX RETURNS, along with Bill's and the Clinton Foundation's
The GOP's most recent nominee for president, and what some call the titular head of the Republican Party, says that what Hillary Clinton has done sure "... looks like bribery..." --- then two or three more times he referred to "Hillary Clinton" and associated her with the term and concept of "bribery"
According to yesterday's Politico, fromer GOP Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney was pulling no punches. Here's how Politico's Nick Gass told it: "Mitt Romney reacted to the latest news about cash flowing to Hillary Clinton’s family foundation from the Russians who purchased a uranium production company, saying that 'it looks like bribery.' *** 'I mean, there is every appearance that Hillary Clinton was bribed to grease the sale of, what, 20 percent of America’s uranium production to Russia, and then it was covered up by lying about a meeting at her home with the principals, and by erasing emails,' the former Republican nominee and governor of Massachusetts told radio show host Hugh Hewitt on Thursday. 'And you know, I presume we might know for sure whether there was or was not bribery if she hadn’t wiped out thousands of emails. But this is a very, very serious series of facts, and it looks like bribery.'..." (See "Mitt Romney on Clinton Foundation donations: 'It looks like bribery' ' by Nick Gass, 4/24/15, Politico [http://www.politico.com/story/2015/04/mitt-romney-clinton-foundation-donations-bribery-117311.html]).
There was similar coverage of Mitt Romney's interview by Hugh Hewitt in "The Hill" ( See "Romney: Donation to Clinton Foundation 'looks like bribery' " by David McCabe, 4/24/15, The Hill [http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/239946-romney-clinton-donations-looks-like-bribery]). And this is how "The Hill" opened its account: "Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said Thursday evening that foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation make it appear as though Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton "was bribed" while Secretary of State."
On Thursday's Hugh Hewitt Show, Romney said that, the Clinton family foundation scandal is "At best... an ethical morass” for [Hillary] Clinton’s campaign...." “That’s at best,” Romney repeated. When he was asked whether he thought Hillary would withdraw from the presidential race; Romney responded, with this: “We’re going to see what the facts say” and that Democrats are going to want someone who Americans can trust, “and someone who is not embroiled in what appears to be a form of bribery.... I think people are going to rethink this race on the Democratic side," then Romney added "... And as for Elizabeth Warren, boy, I sure hope it’s not her.... [l]et me tell you, but there may be some others who are more palatable.”
According to the report of Romney's statements in "The Hill" --- Romney dismissed the Clinton campaign's response as just so much “blah, blah, blah....” Then Romney also blasted Hillary Clinton's Campaign Spokesman Brian Fallon, who had responded to a New York Times story published Thursday. Fallon had said that suggesting Clinton’s State Department had "exerted undue influence” on the sale of Uranium One “is utterly baseless...” [Now that sure sounds like pure “blah, blah, blah....” to me].
ROMNEY SAYS THAT IF HILLARY CLINTON CONTINUES TO RUN, SHE AND BILL CLINTON WILL HAVE TO RELEASE THEIR TAX RETURNS JOINTLY, ALONG WITH ALL OF THE FOUNDATION TAXES
Then the article went on, "Romney said it was not clear yet what effect the questions could have on her campaign. But he said that it is likely she would have to do something he doubted she would be inclined to do now --- release her tax returns. “Well, no question if she runs for president, Bill and Hillary Clinton will have to release their joint returns, not just her return, but their joint returns, because assets are commingled,” he said. *** “And No. 2, yes, the foundation would have to release its returns as well. I’m not asking for 10 years, but I’m saying they ought to give at least three years of returns so we can see where the money’s been coming from.”