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More than 200 entities patronised Trump properties and reaped benefits from the Trump administration, according to The New York Times.
The president's complaint falls flat in light of the New York Times tax revelations.
Trump characteristically pushed tax-avoidance strategies to the limit, perhaps to the breaking point.
"Raise your hand if you pay more taxes than supposed 'billionaire' Donald Trump."
Trump paid no federal income taxes in 10 of 15 years before 2016, The New York Times reported.
Being in real estate is “fantastic,” a lawyer who reviewed the documents said. “You get tax deductions for things you don’t pay for.”
Hardly any we asked could explain a basic detail of the bill.
Those 'early hits' are a great way to confirm your business idea was a good thing.