Kigali, Rwanda — Former President Bill Clinton is reiterating his belief that Mitt Romney should release several years of tax returns.
Romney has already released his 2010 return and an estimate for 2011, with a pledge to release the completed version.
But Romney says he won't release anything further, saying it would only give Democrats more material to "distort" and turn against him.
Clinton joins President Obama's campaign and other top Democrats in calling for Romney to make public more information about his personal wealth.
"With everyone else being so much more forthcoming, it raises the question of whether he thinks it should be a different set of rules for him and everybody else and that's a problem for him," said Clinton.