Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio both release their tax returns while going after the Donald who refuses to release his

Ted Cruz said Donald Trump needs to release his tax returns during a Sunday broadcast of 'Face The Nation'
    Cruz said Trump is hiding up to five years-worth of his tax returns
    Trump is being audited and said that's why the documents haven't be released
    The audit 'makes it even more important for him to release his taxes', Cruz argued on a Sunday broadcast of 'Face The Nation'
Ted Cruz accused Donald Trump of hiding his tax returns from voters, who are entitled to know what's in them.
The accusation came during Sunday's broadcast of 'Face The Nation', when the Texas senator said Trump could be hiding as many as five years-worth of returns.

'Trump said in the debate...'Gosh, I'm being audited, for two years'. Then he said 'three years'.
Hiding something?: Cruz accused Trump of hiding up to five years-worth of records while he is being audited
'Then he said 'maybe five years'. Listen, if there's a problem in his taxes, the voters have a right to know,'

'Because come September, October, the general election, folks in the media are going to make a hayday about any problems in his taxes.

'And I think primary voters have a right to know,' Cruz said during the broadcast.
During the Republican debate earlier this week, Trump said he won't release his tax returns until the IRS completes its audit.

'You're in the midst of negotiating and talking to the IRS. Your lawyers would never allow you to do that,' Trump said.

Cruz said the audit is all the more reason Trump should release the returns.
Trump said he won't release his tax returns until the IRS completes its audit during the last GOP debate 
'His excuse that he's being audited - look that makes it even more important for him to release his taxes,'

'You know, Mitt Romney suggested there could be a bombshell there.

'I don't know if there is or not. But Donald is hiding them from the voters, and I think he owes candor to the voters,' Cruz said.

Rival candidate, Florida senator Marco Rubio, who released five years of his returns Saturday, has also dogged Trump to release the records.