Warren Buffett issued a challenge to Donald Trump during an appearance Monday in Omaha, Neb., in which Buffett introduced Hillary Clinton at a political rally.
Buffett, who lives in Omaha, “had an offer for Trump: meet anywhere, anytime to show him his tax returns, which Trump has said he won’t release because he’s under audit,” NBC News reports.
Buffett told the gathering: “I will meet him in Omaha or Mar-a-Lago or, he can pick the place, anytime between now and election. I’ll bring my return, he’ll bring his return. We’re both under audit. And believe me, nobody’s going to stop us from talking about what’s on those returns.”
The report notes that the Berkshire Hathaway CEO “is the third business leader to speak in support of Clinton in less than a week. Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg endorsed her during an address at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and famed investor Mark Cuban introduced her at a rally in Pittsburgh over the weekend.”