Tuesday, October 04, 2016

"Despite what Donald Trump says, we really can learn a lot from his tax returns — even from the partial ones made public by The New York Times.
The major takeaway from the three pages of Trump’s 1995 returns that the Times made public is that Trump is right when he says the system is rigged. What he doesn’t say is that it’s rigged in his favor and in the favor of people like him — and against regular people, those of us who earn money, pay income tax on it, and financially support the country in which we live."
-- Allan Sloan, The Washington Post

1 comment:

JiEL said...

I'm quite puzzled here.
How can you live on «millions of $$$», be so wealthy, and NEVER pay income taxes?

Despite your «big» lost 18 years ago, your PERSONNAL income must be somewhere to be noted.
I am wondering where is the difference between the lost of $$$$ from his «companies» and his own income from all of his businesses?

His acountents are very clever, not him...
We've seen such twisted money transfers from «mafia» to make it look «legit».