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Trump Boasted About Taking Advantage Of America's Housing Crisis, Laws And Workers

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump bragged Monday night about taking advantage of the housing market crash, an architect he once employed and America’s federal income tax laws. Every chance she got during the first presidential debate, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton pressed Trump on his business in real estate, bankruptcy filings, employment practices and refusal to release his tax returns.
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