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Donald Trump Calls Tax Returns “Sacred”, MSNBC “Bad People” & Vladimir Putin “Tough Cookie”

President Donald Trump promised “the biggest tax cuts since Reagan,” insisted his own tax returns are “good,” and blasted MSNBC as “bad people.” All in all, a standard, if smiley, interview on Fox News Channel tonight. “I've always heard a tax return was a sacred kind of thing," Trump told Jesse Watters, the Fox News’ Watters’ World host who landed the exclusive pre-taped interview prior to Trump’s Nashville rally Wednesday.
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