Within the context of Donald Trump refusing to release his tax returns, Florida Governor Rick Scott was asked in an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press" why he chose to release his tax returns when he ran for governor.
"I figured my view is: give everybody all the information and let them make good decisions. As you know, every candidate does things differently. Not everybody releases their tax returns."
Scott is heading up a pro-Trump super PAC, targeting Hillary Clinton on her wealth.
While Scott's super PAC goes after Clinton on issues of transparency, there is a question of whether Trump cedes the high ground here by not releasing his own tax returns.
"Every candidate's going to do something different," Scott repeated.