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Businessman Trump Schools Candidate Trump On Taxes

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. ? Donald Trump on Monday provided evidence as to why his proposal to raise up to $385 billion by collecting unpaid federal taxes may be easier said than done. When Hillary Clinton pointed out during the first presidential debate that Trump’s only public tax returns show he paid nothing for several years, the GOP nominee replied by saying, “That makes me smart.
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