What’s important is that we still have Trump to kick around.
Right now, attention is focusing on a significant unfolding story broken by the New York Times regarding an IRS transcript on Trump tax matters that reveals plenty over a 10-year period during which time Trump paid no taxes in all but two of those years. It was a time when he was in desperate financial straits, posting millions of dollars in losses each year, which he rolled over into the next. His best year during this stretch was one year when he lost only $4.5 million. He ended up losing $1.17 billion during that run for the lenders.
Troube is, by that time U.S. banks had caught on to Trump’s modus operandi, tagged him as a repeat-offender fraudster who didn’t pay back his loans. and thus refused to lend him more loot to finance his rogue and reckless schemes.
Trump, the self-made crook. Might want to get his book, “The Art of the Steal.”
One of those years, he declared to the IRS having made over $50 million dollars in earned interest. Strangely, there is nothing in Trump’s tax submission for that year which identifies the source for that money, and investigative reporters are still hunting for it. Is there a Russian in the house—you know, one of those guys privately meets with in the White House after shooing out the news media?