Trump’s tax returns are spicy, but did he break the law? | Abroad


Amsterdam – The US president and multi-billionaire has paid no income tax for years, or extremely little as in 2016 and 2017 when he paid $ 750. He also has $ 400 million in debt and his business is not running nearly as well as he claims. That writes the American newspaper the New York Times (NYT) Monday. Opponents of Trump hope the revelations reduce his chances of re-election. The president himself speaks of ‘fake news.’ The story of the NYT is spicy anyway, but does it also show that Trump has broken the law?

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