Republican front-runner Mitt Romney said Monday he might release his tax returns -- but not before South Carolina's primary on Saturday.
Romney, who has said previously he had no intention of releasing tax returns, said if he becomes the nominee he may release them in mid-April. Romney said he would follow the tradition established by former President George W. Bush when he ran for office in 2000 and Arizona Sen. John McCain when he became the nominee in 2008.
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