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‘Trump about to declare himself a church’: Internet schools president for wanting to give Joel Osteen FEMA cash

Churches are supposed to be nonpartisan and nonprofit organizations that do “moral” things to help people in their communities. For that reason, they’ve always fallen under a tax-exempt status and aren’t required to pay taxes. President Donald Trump didn’t seem to know...
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