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Tim Kaine Rips Donald Trump For Avoiding Taxes

Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) slammed Donald Trump during the vice presidential debate Tuesday for not paying federal income taxes. Seizing on the New York Times’ bombshell story that the Republican presidential nominee took a $916 million personal deduction in 1995, Kaine said that by not voluntarily releasing his tax returns “he has broken his first promise.
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