October 31, 2020

#TaxTwitter Has Some Takes on NYT Article About Trump’s Taxes

We love our friends on #TaxTwitter, so after the New York Times released its exposé last night on how much President DJT has paid in income taxes (or the lack thereof) in the past 15 years, we knew they would have a lot to say on the matter, even though they are up to their eyeballs in Oct. 15 extensions.

And they didn’t disappoint:

First, here’s your yearly reminder about the difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion:

What Joe Thorndike of Tax Notes tweeted has some truth to it:

Our pal Tony Nitti has some questions:

And here are some of our other favorite takes about Trump’s taxes from #TaxTwitter:

And finally, from our good friend Joe Kristan:

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