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Donald Trump was willing to release his taxes to gain a casino—but not to become president

The AP points out that Donald Trump hasn't always been so reluctant to release his tax returns. When there's a profit to be had, the man does what he’s gotta do. Pennsylvania gaming regulators were given at least five years' worth and eight boxes full of Trump's tax documents. Nevada, Michigan, Missouri, Indiana and other state gaming officials also had access to multiple years of his returns.
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