Eric Trump Says It’s a “Conspiracy” That Biden and His Team Responded to Trump Tax Story So Quickly

Eric Trump claimed that the fact that Democrat Joe Biden and his team can respond to news so quickly is a sign of a “conspiracy” at work. Trump made the remarks during an interview with the hosts of “Fox and Friends” while responding to questions about a New York Times story revealing his father President Donald Trump’s years of tax avoidance on the eve of the first presidential debate of the 2020 election cycle. read more

Trump Responds to NYT Tax Story and “Fake News Media” in String of Tweets

Trump thinks that he has done a great job

President Donald Trump took to Twitter to attempt to discredit a bombshell New York Times story documenting his years of tax avoidance. The president, who has long established an image of himself as a billionaire and successful businessman, owes hundreds of millions in debts and used multiple tax schemes to pay only $750 in taxes in 2016 and 2017 according to his tax returns, which he had long declined to make public. read more

Michael Cohen: Trump Is Afraid of a “Massive Tax Bill” If He Releases His Returns

Michael Cohen believes Donald Trump doesn’t want to release his tax returns because he could end up owing large amounts in back taxes and penalties once forensic accountants take a look at them.

The President’s former lawyer and fixer spoke to CNN about Trump’s taxes on Wednesday. He suggested they would show Trump isn’t as rich as he claims but that wasn’t his primary concern. read more

Andrew Cuomo Calls Trump Tax Decision a “Victory for Democracy” as President Has Twitter Meltdown

Andrew Cuomo destroys Mitch McConnell at his press conference

Andrew Cuomo praised the Supreme Court’s decision to allow New York prosecutors access to Donald Trump’s tax returns on Thursday but the President himself was not happy.

The Governor of New York welcomed the news that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has the right to present the President returns to a grand jury. He is seeking eight years’ worth of Trump’s personal and business records. read more

Trumps Could Owe New York State $400 Million in Taxes & Penalties

A leading business publication in New York City has reported that President Donald Trump and his siblings could owe New York state more than $400 million.

Crain’s New York came up with that figure, which includes unpaid taxes, interest and penalties, after the blockbuster New York Times report about the Trump family’s finances. The report said that Donald Trump’s parents left the president and his siblings more than $1 billion worth of real estate and cash, most of which was not taxed. read more