What is the amount that Nice Cookies Aren’t The Only Thing In The Oven Shirt he actually paid? This makes it sound like he paid $1 million and 4.2 million dollars in taxes in 2016 and 2017 respectively. However, the same article says that in those two years he only paid $750. Any answer to this. It is unethical for some to get out of paying taxes. Likely Trump is in a position to avoid personal liabilities altogether, as most rich people move their assets OUT of their personal names. Can anyone name the laws he and others broke by doing this and avoiding taxes? No, not likely. It’s perfectly LEGAL.
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It’s fun to dogpile on Trump for Nice Cookies Aren’t The Only Thing In The Oven Shirts like this BUT don’t ignore the fact that this is ALL LEGAL. Seems like the tax laws could use some rework. He inflated property values to get loans and reduced his taxes. He inflated a 2 million dollar property to a donated value of 200 million. And used inflated property values to illegally obtain loans. The lenders lost millions when he went bankrupt and the collateral properties were not real. Not to mention the ridiculous consulting fees to employed family members. Then illegally taken as expenses. It will all eventually come out..just like the tax records he filed.
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