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Trump Avoided Paying Taxes

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do you think the clintons pay taxes on the millions of dollars they get in"donations" year round from lobbyists gtfo..when bill gets paid 700k+ to give 2 speeches do you think he pays taxes on that? these are all rich people id never put them as representatives of the middle class people lol
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This is a he same pos who made the Rico act that put away all the mob boss for avoiding paying tax's what pos he doesn't like even know where he is
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But it's okay for all of us working folk to have our finances vacuumed away?
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They show you everyday why you should vote republican????????????????????
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Not surprised evil sticks together
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it's just come out that Clinton used the exact same method to avoid taxes. Dirty politicians both of them.
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Reeling from a New York Times report that Trump may have canceled out years of income taxes by declaring a $916 million loss on his 1995 return, his allies mounted a vigorous defense Sunday by arguing that the revelation was proof of the businessman's"genius."

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The billionaire businessman claimed nearly $916 million in business losses in 1995 — a number so substantial that it would have allowed Trump to avoid paying federal income taxes for 18 years, according to the Times. The number was revealed in a partial income tax return leaked to the Times.
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Trump, the only major-party presidential nominee in four decades to keep all his tax returns secret, insists “there’s nothing to learn from them.”
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Donald J. Trump declared a $916 million loss on his 1995 income tax returns, a tax deduction so substantial it could have allowed him to legally avoid paying any federal income taxes for up to 18 years, records obtained by The New York Times show.
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Donald Trump might have gone decades without paying taxes—but he’s not afraid of telling other people to pay theirs
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Although Mr. Trump’s taxable income in subsequent years is as yet unknown, a $916 million loss in 1995 would have been large enough to wipe out more than $50 million a year in taxable income over 18 years.

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