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NYT: TRUMP has not paid much Tax in 20 years! SC Rebuttal.

Monday, October 3, 2016 12:18
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The New York Times asserts that Trump has legally not paid much Tax in about 20 years.

I have not seen ONE good rebuttal to this, except this.

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NYT Headline – “Donald  Trump and his allies struggle to move past Tax revelation” is a poor attempt to smear Trump, coming from Corporate Controlled Media.  The same media which censors ALL the News!  Illegally!  The fact is:  Tax Laws in the US, and even in Canada, permitted this.  If you demonstrate a loss, then anyone can “defer” the losses over ie 20 years.  Trump did this.  Legally.  So do others we know.  It is a common practice.  It is 100% LEGAL!  It does mean that you end up paying no personal tax, in a sense, but you lost or invested the declared amount.  See?  Probably not, but it would take a YouTube video to explain further.  The fact is:  This is a common legal practice done by anyone.

Moreover, Donald Trump has built buildings, requiring hiring of many people, and paying much tax.  The materials pay tax.  And the lands pay tax.  How much TAX revenue has Trump generated?  $Millions in Tax Revenue!

Donald Trump in not personally having to (legally) pay personal tax, also shows his Sharp Business Skills.  Skills we NEED in the next PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!!


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