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Newly uncovered tax documents show Trump kept ‘2 sets of books’ and may have committed financial fraud

“Newly uncovered tax documents from President Donald Trump contain several discrepancies that real-estate experts said could point to financial fraud, ProPublica reported on Wednesday” writes Sonam Sheth for businessinsider.com. “The president’s and vice president’s tax returns are kept in a top-secret vault,” Cramer said.Kevin Riordan, a financing expert and real-estate professor at Montclair State University who reviewed the newly revealed tax records, told ProPublica that “it really feels like there’s two sets of books,” one for lenders and one for tax investigators.But the president may soon be forced to give his tax returns to investigators.He has said he can’t release his tax returns because they are under audit, even though there is no rule to prevent him from doing so.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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