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The New York Times has rammed its army boot into Donald Trump’s privates: “The Times obtained Donald Trump’s tax information extending over more than two decades, revealing struggling properties, vast write-offs, an audit battle and hundreds of millions in debt coming due“.
“The New York Times has obtained tax-return data extending over more than two decades for Mr. Trump and the hundreds of companies that make up his business organization, including detailed information from his first two years in office. It does not include his personal returns for 2018 or 2019. This article offers an overview of The Times’s findings; additional articles will be published in the coming weeks.”
“As the president wages a re-election campaign that polls say he is in danger of losing, his finances are under stress, beset by losses and hundreds of millions of dollars in debt coming due that he has personally guaranteed.”
Bye bye Trump.
It was the tax that got Al Capone too.
Trump will be absolutely furious about this from the Grey Lady. He will explode his nappy with rage. He will scream himself hoarse. He will threaten to turn their lights off, turn their water supply off, whatever. New York is a Satanic fake paid by China!
I never believed the politely trotted out media line that Trump’s tax affairs would probably be kept out of the public eye until after 3 November, because of grand jury secrecy. Of course they won’t be. Eric Trump may be criminally charged before then too. (If things go well, so will Jared, Ivanka, and Donald Junior). It was especially interesting that the federal judge didn’t rule in the Trump tax case on Friday. Will he rule on Monday, or will he wait until he can see the whites of Trump’s eyes on Tuesday, as the Orange Loon preps up for the TV debate that evening? If he’s still in the race by then, will he have much more in his arsenal than screaming at Joe Biden “You’re on drugs!”, “You’re controlled by anarchists”, and “You don’t care about health”? This is the guy who can’t cope with a press conference when a woman asks him a difficult question, even when a man does it for that matter. He won’t be able to cope when not only will a presenter ask him questions that aren’t fawning (can he call the presenter “fake”?), but to make things worse he will have an OPPONENT standing in the same studio as him, accorded equal respect as a co-participant, being allowed time to talk when Trump – the Great Trump! – is supposed to keep his trap shut, while the opponent of the Great Trump addresses the world to say that Trump ain’t so great, and perhaps even tells Trump directly to his face.
*Sniff* *sniff* *big massive sniff* “You’re on drugs!” *sniff* *sniff* *sniff*
Trump played a tycoon in “The Apprentice” but he doesn’t seem able to run a successful business for toffees. He even lost money when he owned casinos. He has filed for corporate bankruptcy several times. Isn’t there a word for a person who pretends to be what he isn’t?
Apparently the Trump Organisation has been paying “consulting fees” to Ivanka, one of its own senior executives.
“His 2016 presidential campaign may have been partly an attempt to resuscitate his brand.”
How did that go? 🙂
“In his first two years in the White House, Mr. Trump received millions of dollars from projects in foreign countries, including $3 million from the Philippines, $2.3 million from India and $1 million from Turkey.”
“In 2012, he took out a $100 million mortgage on the commercial space in Trump Tower. He has also sold hundreds of millions worth of stock and bonds. But his financial records indicate that he may have as little as $873,000 left to sell.”