Breaking: New NYT tax report. Trump's federal income tax records show for the first time that, since 2010, Deutsche Bank and other lenders have forgiven about $287 million in debt that Trump failed to repay.
NEW: 's tax records show that big banks and hedge funds gave him hundreds of millions of dollars of financial breaks. Trump managed to avoid paying taxes on almost all of it. Latest in tax series. by me, , etc.
Donald Trump got about $270 million in debt forgiven — and largely avoided taxes on it — when his Chicago tower proved a disappointment, records show. Read the latest in our investigation into Trump's taxes
Trump strong-armed lenders like to forgive $287M in debt from his lousy real estate deals – but he won’t lift a finger to help families facing eviction or foreclosure during this crisis. Donald Trump only cares about helping Donald Trump.
New: President Trump's tax records show how Deutsche Bank and other lenders let him off the hook for hundreds of millions of dollars in debts. w/
Latest article from Trump’s tax records...how to not repay $270 million and largely avoid paying taxes on it. w/
New NY Times report on Trump taxes reveals his business superpower: just not paying what he owes, and getting people to go along with that. All his life people have been cutting him slack.
“The president’s federal income tax records, obtained by The New York Times, show for the first time that, since 2010, his lenders have forgiven about $287 million in debt that he failed to repay.”
What #corruption looks like: Trump guilty of multi-million tax fraud after failing to declare $287M in forgiven debt to IRS. Key lender was Russian money-launderer Deutsche Bank. Justice Kennedy's son Justin was heavily involved in Trump's shady dealings.
NEW: The president’s federal income tax records show that, since 2010, his lenders have forgiven about $287 million in debt that he failed to repay. This would have generated a big tax bill for any of us--but not for .
Since 2010, lenders have forgiven $287 million in debt that Trump failed to repay, the vast majority related to a troubled Chicago project, according to secret tax records. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
Donald Trump got about $270 million in debt forgiven — and largely avoided taxes on it — when his Chicago tower proved a disappointment, records show. Read the latest in our investigation into Trump's taxes
Just Published: The latest President’s Tax story. A Chicago high rise, a towering debt and an escape from financial obligations.
No, it makes you a cheat! Not many could get away with this. “records and interviews show that rather than warring with a notoriously litigious and headline-seeking client, lenders cut Trump slack — exactly what he seemed to have been counting on.”
Getting lost in the shuffle, but worth reading how Trump managed to get banks to forgive him $300 million in debt while untold numbers of Americans were facing foreclosure due to the 2008 economic collapse.
Hello. NYT: Since 2010 Deutsche Bank and other banks have forgiven about $287 million in Trump debt. Since 2010.
In 2010 alone, almost 1.2 million Americans suffered foreclosures on their properties. GOP: “It’s their fault.” Since 2010, Trump’s lenders have forgiven about $287 million in debt that he failed to repay. GOP: “He’s just a smart businessman.” #corrupt
Pretty much everything he puts his name on fails spectacularly, and other people always pay the price.
The King of Debt™
Since 2010, Donald Trump's lenders have forgiven about $287 million in debt he failed to repay. A case study in doing business the Trump way from
Interesting at the top of Twitter's "What's Happening" is a 'nothing burger' about 's legal business deals, ALL of which occurred at least 10-12 years before he even considered running for president. Come on NYT, you can do better.
We need to stop rich people from rigging the system. This example shows why the entire Trump crime family should have been jailed long ago, but people let them get away with it.
How Trump Maneuvered His Way Out of Trouble in Chicago
Art of the Deal: “When his skyscraper proved a disappointment, defaulted on his loans, sued his bank, got much of the debt forgiven — and largely avoided paying taxes on it.” via #MAGA