Monday, October 3, 2016

NY Times Commit Unethical Criminal Act – Publish Donald Trump’s 1995 Tax Returns

Hypocrisy of the New York Times 
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The New York Times obtained three pages of Mr. Trump’s 1995 tax returns, for filings in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, marking the first time any of his actual tax returns have been publicly revealed. They showed more than $900 million in losses.

US Tax Law permits taxpayers to avoid taxes within the parameters of the law enacted by Congress. If it is true that Mr. Trump offset future profits with past tax loss carryforwards, he is smart in doing so and well within the parameters of the law.
Mr. Trump has every right to claim tax loss liabilities, if legit and is smart to do so. He would be a fool if he did not claim these liabilities. And Donald Trump is no fool.
"The identified $916 million single year operating income loss is no different than current losses of Amazon, Facebook, Twitter and a host of other corporations and businesses.
What the New York forgets to mention:
Actually, Donald Trump’s 1995 loss is smaller than the operating loss the New York Times reported when it sold the Boston Globe in 2013 for a net loss of $1.03 billion.
The Times purchased the Boston Globe in ’93 for $1.1 billion and sold it in 2013 for $70 million, a loss of $1.03 billion. However, for some reason it’s doubtful the Times will publish their own 2013 tax returns. That doesn’t meet the political need."
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