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Opinion: Trump’s taxes tell a tale of debt and desperation

The New York Times has broken a major story, based on access to decades of President Donald Trump’s tax return data, just as they have in the past broken stories about the President’s father, Fred Trump, and his aggressive tax planning, Donald Trump’s billion-dollar tax losses in the late 80s and early 90s, and son-in-law Jared Kushner’s years of apparent multimillion dollar federal tax avoidance. (A spokesman for Kushner’s attorney has said that “Mr. Kushner properly filed and paid all taxes due under the law and regulations.”)

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The New York Times has broken a major story, based on access to decades of President Donald Trump’s tax return data, just as they have in the past broken stories about the President’s father, Fred Trump, and his aggressive tax planning, Donald Trump’s billion-dollar tax losses in the late 80s and early 90s, and son-in-law Jared Kushner’s years of apparent multimillion dollar federal tax avoidance. (A spokesman for Kushner’s attorney has said that “Mr. Kushner properly filed and paid all taxes due under the law and regulations.”)

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