Trump's taxes show a loss of $ 1.7 billion over the decade: report

WASHINGTON: President Donald Shows He Has Lost 1.7 Billion Dollars In The Decade Beginning In The Mid-1980s, Tuesday Reported.

Trump ' The Apparent Losses Are Greater Than Almost Any Other Individual American Taxpayer, So Much So That He Managed To Avoid Income Tax During Eight Of Ten Years.

Trump ' The 1985 Federal Tax Forms Demonstrate He Has Lost $ 46.1 Million From His Major Companies, Which Consisted Of Casinos, Hotels, And Retail Areas In Apartment Buildings

Over The Next 10 Years, They Continued To Lose Money, With Losses Totaling $ 1.7 Billion In 1994, The Times Said.

The Report Comes The Day After The Secretary Of The Treasury The Democratic Lawmakers ' Submit A Request For Trump ' If You Say It Has 'No Legal Purpose', Increased Constitutional Questions And Threatened Tax Payer Privacy

I Notify You Now That The Department Is Requesting The Commission ' Not Legitimate Can Perform Mnuchin Said In A Letter To House Ways And Resources Commission President Richard Neal.

Mnuchin ' S Refusal After A Month Of Deliberation Certainly Seemed To Cause A New Legal Clash Between The Controversial President And Congress Democrats Now Checking The House Of Representatives

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