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Trump Advisor: NY Times Reporters Face Jail Time For Publishing Trump's Taxes

Trump campaign senior adviser Boris Epshteyn questioned the legality of the NY Times using leaked tax documents in their blockbuster report and told MSNBC that reporters "face five years of jail time for using someone's tax documents without their approval." This is a new tactic for Trump surrogate. Without admitting that the NY Times story is valid, they are calling their actions criminal.
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