The Republican nominee said that those working in government, including his Democratic opponent, can’t understand what it takes to “climb out of an economic depression”.
Trump, however, argued Monday that the early ’90s were “a bad time” and championed how he was able to “make a comeback”.
Indeed, GOP leaders publicly and privately have long shown a level of discomfort with Trump’s unorthodox campaign — especially in the aftermath of last week’s events.
For Trump to blame his personal financial woes largely on the recession of the 1990s is also a stretch.
“There’s something he’s hiding”, Clinton during the debate said about Trump refusing to release his taxes.
Clinton said at an event in the important midwestern state of OH that Trump is “the poster boy for the same rigged system that he would make even worse”. According to the most recent voter registration numbers provided by the Dept. of State, registered voters in Philadelphia make up 12.6 percent of registered voters statewide.
Also, the Great Depression began after the stock market crash of 1929, not 1928.
But I’ll show you Hillary’s tax return from a year ago: She did the same thing.
The Trump campaign did not comment on Trump’s exploitation of the loophole, but claimed that “the more than 20-year-old alleged tax document was illegally obtained”. He said the nation has become “more interested in protecting the criminals than we are in making sure that we’re strong”. The losses mean Trump may not have paid federal income taxes for almost two decades. He might not even have to.
“It’s my job to minimize the overall tax burden”, he explained. “But I never had any doubts. Based on the president’s deep concern about the rhetoric of the Republican nominee, I feel confident telling you that he would not be comfortable with describing the nominee in that way”. In fact, it’s lucky for us that he knows how to weasel out of paying taxes, because he’ll marshal those same skills as president!
As a reality TV boss on “The Apprentice”, Donald Trump repeatedly demeaned women with sexist language, according to show insiders. While he did not personally file for bankruptcy, his companies filed for Chapter 11 protection six times between 1991 and 2009.
Men with children said they support Trump over the other candidates, 52 percent, to 35 percent for Clinton, 9 percent for Johnson and 2 percent for Stein.
“Look to avoid wasting our time here”, McConnell told reporters, “this is not something I’m going to discuss today – the implications of the presidential race on the Senate”.