"In fact, year after year, Mr. Trump appears to have lost more money than nearly any other individual American taxpayer," New York Times reports.
This is no time for potty breaks.
It's not even close. Americans want to see Trump's tax returns, even those who watch Fox News.
John Lewis led off this hearing by saying it was imperative to obtain Trump's tax returns to determine whether he's a crook.
After Trump refused to follow four decades of presidential candidates by releasing his tax returns, Rep. Tom Reed claimed the Democrats were abusing their power to ask to see them.
Tom Reed, Republican Congressman, wants Democrats to avoid the "slippery slope" of asking for Trump's tax returns, as if they haven't released theirs already.
The Senate Majority Leader made some weird admissions and issued a strange warning regarding "presidential harassment" in his presser today.
Trump's press secretary said he has no plans to release any of his tax returns after the NY Times blockbuster accuses him of possible tax fraud.
Trump's press secretary said he has no plans to release any of his tax returns after the NY Times blockbuster came out on his possible tax fraud.
The three co-hosts of Trump's favorite daytime cable show responded to the blockbuster report by claiming there was no financial incentive for Trump to run for president.
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