“Tell us: Who do you owe the money to?” she asked. “And do you owe debt to any foreign nation?”
She added: “Do you owe anybody money who is impacted by any decision you make as president of the United States? We need to know that. The American people have a right to know that when the president of the United States acts, he acts with their priorities in mind, not with his priorities in mind.”
Harris said Trump already puts his political priorities ahead of America. Now, he’s putting his personal interests ahead of the people by refusing to disclose details about his debt.
“Apparently he owes a lot of money, maybe to a lot of people,” she said.
The Times report detailed how Trump had paid little to nothing in taxes most years going back a decade and a half, including just $750 in taxes in both 2016 and 2017.
Trump dismissed the report as “fake news” and falsely claimed the newspaper used “illegally obtained information” on his taxes.
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