President Trump on the road to talk jobs with auto workers and executives

The president also stopped by Nashville to honor America's seventh president, Andrew Jackson.
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Tonight, president trump is not in Washington. Instead, he is out to change the message traveling to Michigan and Tennessee. He was talking jobs with auto workers in Michigan, but made no mention of the plan to replace Obamacare there. Tonight, 12 million Americans have signed up for Obamacare, even as Republicans work to repeal and replace it. ABC's senior white house correspondent, Cecilia Vega with the president trying to turn the page. Reporter: President trump on a road show today from Detroit to Nashville. Far away from Washington, where opposition to that plan to repeal and replace Obamacare is growing louder by the day. The president so far hasn't mentioned the health care plan today. The white house pushing back on that idea that it's trumpcare. But now, questions about the president's refusal to release his tax returns back in the news. Portions of one year's returns leaked. And today, he told Fox News he is not happy. I have no idea where they got it, but it's illegal, and you're not supposed to have it. Reporter: They are the first two pages of his 2005 returns showing the billionaire businessman earned nearly $153 million that year. He declared $103 million in losses and paid $38 million in federal taxes. Some top earners pay a 35% tax rate. Trump's? 25%. And he would have paid about $7 million more were it not for the alternative minimum tax, which is designed to make the rich pay their fair share and which president trump promised to abolish. They are part of the same returns the president has refused to release. I'm not releasing the tax returns because as you know, they're under audit. Reporter: Since it's just two pages, there are still many unanswered questions, like how he earned his income? Who his business partners were, both at home and abroad, and whether any are connected to Russia. We also don't know to whom he owes money. The president says he has no idea who leaked the documents. It's certainly not an embarrassing tax return at all, but it's an illegal thing. They've been doing it. Reporter: But this "Client copy" stamp on the second page, fueling speculation that president trump, himself, or someone cose to him could be behind the leak. The journalist who mysteriously received the documents in the mail, not ruling out that possibility. Donald has a long history of leaking things about himself. Reporter: But white house officials tell ABC news the suggestion is absurd. Cecilia Vega with us live tonight from Nashville, and Cecilia, the tax deadline fast approaching. Any word tonight from the white house if the president plans to release his taxes for this year as every other president has for decades now? Reporter: Well, David, so far, it doesn't look like he will. Press secretary Sean spicer was asked this question directly last week, and he said he would get back us to, and he has not yet. We asked the white house again today, and so far, David, no comment. Still waiting for an answer. Cecilia Vega with us live tonight. Thank you.

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