Trump tax returns

The former president was ordered to pay the newspaper and three reporters $392,638 in legal fees after he lost a lawsuit over coverage of his tax records.
A New York Supreme Court justice said the case, over reporting on his tax records, failed “as a matter of constitutional law."
The committee gained access to six years’ worth of Trump’s tax returns in November, after fighting for three years to get them.
The release comes in the waning days of Democrats’ control of the House and as Trump’s fellow Republicans prepare to retake power in the chamber.
The Treasury Department complied with a request for the former president's tax returns after a three-year legal battle.
The newspaper published a Pulitzer-winning series in 2018 about Trump's long history of dodgy tax schemes.
The "Tonight Show" host discussed reports of Trump's hairy tax situation.
The president made more than $427 million from his role on “The Apprentice," which helped him rebrand as a business mogul despite years of financial failures.
He could be manipulated to sway U.S. policy by organizations or individuals he’s indebted to.
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