GOP vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan amended his 2010 and 2011 House financial disclosure forms on June 6 to include a trust worth between $1 million and $5 million, USA Today reports. The update to the forms came after Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign began vetting a short list of potential running mates in May.
Mistakes often happen in filing of financial disclosure forms by members of Congress. There is no evidence that Ryan had tried to hide the trust or the income it produced and there is no evidence that he was pressured to make the disclosure, according to USA Today.
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