Trump taxes, massive business losses prove the former president to be a fraud, again
The recent release of President Donald Trump’s tax returns has caused a great stir in the American political and media landscape. While it is still unclear what implications this will have on the upcoming elections, one thing is certain: The public now knows more about Trump’s financial history than ever before.
The release of Trump’s taxes follows a Supreme Court decision to allow House Democrats access to eight years of his taxes and related information from his accountants. The documents reveal that while Trump had reported losses in excess of $500 million during that period, he paid only $750 in federal income taxes in both 2016 and 2017. This information contradicts his claims of being a “very successful businessman.”
The documents also shed light on some questionable financial methods used by Trump over the past decade, such as taking consulting fees as business income and writing off millions of dollars for staff salaries as business expenses. Additionally, the documents revealed large payments by foreign entities to companies controlled by Trump between 2013 and 2020.
The recent news has prompted many questions from Congress and other government officials about the President’s behavior with regard to his taxes and possible conflicts of interest with foreign entities. It is likely that further investigation will be needed to determine if there were any illegal activities involved or improper use of funds.
At this point in time, it remains uncertain how these revelations may affect the current election cycle or how they may shape our view of the president moving forward. As we await further developments on this topic, one thing can be said for sure: The release of President Donald Trump’s tax returns has definitely been an eye-opening experience for many Americans.