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The Family Business: Trump and Taxes 

Not Rated | | Documentary | TV Series (2018– )
Embedded for more than a year inside The New York Times, Carchman and her film crew trail Times investigative reporters David Barstow, Russell Buettner and Susanne Craig as they expose the untold story of how Donald Trump became rich.
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Embedded for more than a year inside The New York Times, Carchman and her film crew trail Times investigative reporters David Barstow, Russell Buettner and Susanne Craig as they expose the untold story of how Donald Trump became rich.

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Debunked within weeks of release
12 February 2020 | by random-70778See all my reviews

This was based on one of the most widely debunked set of claims ever to make it into the NYTimes. Even Trump haters who work in the taxes dismissed these NYTimes claims. Keep in mind this is by the same team that "discovered" that six companies in which Trump held an"ownership interest" went bankrupt, without bothering to note that the definition of an ownership interest used meant Trump "owned" over 1,000 corporations and six bankruptcies was a LOWER bankruptcy rate than the average in the hospitality (hotels/restaurants) and real estate development business sector. And sorry but everyone knows that the real estate bubble caused by the massive relaxation of mortgage qualification under Bill Clinton caused a real estate crash and that EVERYONE substantially invested in Real Estate would be taking massive write downs and paying very little tax for over a decade after that crash. The NYTimes wont take a look at the top seven DNC donors, including Bloomberg, Steyer, Soros and others who appear to be paying little to no taxes, will they now?


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