Donald Trump boasted Tuesday that his newly-filed personal financial disclosure form is the "largest in the history of the FEC" and outlines an income higher than $557 million.
Trump filed the form, which he says clocks in at 104 pages and shows "tremendous cash flow," with the Federal Election Commission Tuesday. Trump says that the documents also demonstrate a revenue increase of "approximately $190 million dollars," not including dividends, interest, royalties and other sources of income. He also said his net worth is "in excess of $10 billion dollars," a figure experts dispute.
The paperwork will be made publicly available after it is reviewed by officials at the commission.
Trump has been under fire for declining to release his tax returns, which would offer much more specific documentation of his income and tax payments than the FEC form.
In a statement, Trump dinged Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders for requesting an extension on his own "small report." The FEC granted Sanders' request for an extension last month.
Trump filed a similar document with the FEC last year.