NJ Gov. Christie conditionally vetoes bill designed to pressure Trump on tax returns
TRENTON, N.J. — Gov. Chris Christie has conditionally vetoed a bill aimed at getting President Donald Trump to release his tax returns, calling it a "transparent political stunt masquerading as a bill." The bill would require presidential and vice presidential candidates to release five years’ worth of their income tax returns in order to get on the ballot in New Jersey. It would prohibit electors from voting for them if they did not comply.