The White House released the president and the vice president’s tax returns Monday, revealing the finances of two of the nation’s most powerful couples.
The New York Times article about Trump’s tax returns included nuggets of truth, but in the end, it was nothing more than the paper’s own version of ‘truthful hyperbole.’
If this is the big pre-debate ‘gotcha’ that the Democrats and their allies in Big Media had in mind, it’s a bit of a flop.
The New York Times latest report on Trump’s finances lacks the smoking gun many media talking heads are claiming it contains.
While obsessed with Trump’s financial records, both the leftist media and congressional Democrats ignore the questionable tax maneuverings of Joe Biden.
A California law requiring candidates to publish tax records to be on the ballot has been ruled unconstitutional by the state’s Supreme Court Thursday.
How can Joe Biden claim to defend Obamacare—let alone Medicare—when he created a tax strategy specifically to avoid paying taxes that fund those two programs?
Contrary to media reports about his leaked 2005 tax returns, President Donald Trump’s effective tax rate in 2005 was 79 percent, not 25 percent.
Democratic state legislators want to require presidential candidates to publicly disclose their tax returns. There’s a constitutional problem with that.
If he doesn’t, it would be wise to assume he is.
If the news media won’t ask Donald Trump serious questions, his fellow presidential candidates should.
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