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Colbert Destroys Trump on Taxes: 'Only a Genius Can Lose $1 Billion Running a Casino'

Click here for reuse options! The "Late Show" host laid it on thick. Donald Trump claims he knows the tax code "better than anyone." And, upon the release of a portion of his 1995 tax returns, his surrogates are standing by that claim. The documents, released by The New York Times this past Saturday, "show that the GOP nominee could have avoided paying taxes for 18 years.
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