Wouldn’t you have to be an idiot to vote for a Presidential Candidate who doesn’t make his or her taxes public?
- SallyLv 51 month ago
You do not HAVE to be an idiot. But it certainly helpsSource(s): AOC
- 2 months ago
WHY... DO YOU MAKE YOURS Public... I for one do not make mine public...
His taxes has nothing to do with how he can be POTUS...
You were not asking to see HILLARY'S and BILLS TAXES and reports of their so called foundation when she was running so why you crying now..
- Warren TLv 72 months ago
IDIOTS VOTE DEMOCRAT NOT REPUBLICAN
- CliveLv 72 months ago
What do their taxes have to do with anything, and why shouldn't they be private like everyone else's?
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- MurzyLv 72 months ago
Trump still has never made his returns public.
- LiliLv 72 months ago
However, we're learning more and more about little Donnie's tax situation all the time. For example, from his dealings with Deutsche Bank, we know that he's worth about a quarter of what he's been claiming. We also know that he's been telling lenders this and that about his finances and giving the IRS entirely different figures -- that is, committing tax fraud.
Little Donnie's going to be fighting off charges on that and several other scores for the rest of his life.
Transparency on finances is important in a politician. If you are engaging in financial shenanigans and tax fraud, you cannot be trusted to function in the public interest.
- 2 months ago
Why? This business about taxes is a very recent thing. It is none of your business which of thousands of business contacts is involved in a person's taxes. Trump's taxes are likely a thousand pages long (mine are close to a hundred pages) so imagine the nit-picking that would go on forever. And don't forget the Republicans making a big stink about Al Gore contributing his underwear and taking a tax deduction for it.
- EdWinterLv 72 months ago
I don't know. The Clintons released their records when Ol' White Trash was first running for president in 1988, and right there in plain sight was the fact that they'd been deducting as contributions the donation of his used underwear. No, children, I am not making this fact up. Yes, it was legal, and what with them being poor as church mice, it was understandable...but still, know what I'm saying? I sure hope you children do! lol
- A Bad DudeLv 72 months ago
I guess I must be an idiot since their taxes are none of my business (or yours).
- u_bin_calledLv 72 months ago
what if it seems like he's running totally unopposed?