Trump responds to protests demanding he release his tax returns: 'The election is over'

He responded after protests around U.S. demanding he release his tax returns.

The president also suggested that the protests were organized by "paid" protesters, citing no evidence.

The "tax march" protests were held in about 150 cities and towns Saturday, including outside the president's Florida estate where he is spending the weekend.

As Trump was returning from a trip to a golf course on Saturday, his motorcade took a 10-minute detour to avoid protesters lined along a road leading up to Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida.

Trump was the first major party nominee since 1976 not to release his tax returns prior to the election.