So Trump Really Is a Great Businessman

The New York Times has obtained years of Donald Trump’s tax returns. As suspected, the president has avoided paying taxes to a dramatic extent, declared many millions of dollars in losses and appears to have created a fortune based on BS. In other words, he is a great businessman.

5 thoughts on “So Trump Really Is a Great Businessman

  1. Trump’s taxes? Oh, heck, he won that already. Go on. Try to calculate the path that leads to Trump, a former president, being found guilty of tax evasion and being sentenced to prison for it. He’s in his seventies. His lawyers can drag this thing out for a decade more, at least. And when he selectively starts losing his marbles? That’s another few years. Like Eichmann, he’ll leap, laughing, into his grave. Because he won.
    The election? Oh, heck, he’ll win that too. As Ted and Greg Palast have pointed out, the fix is already in.
    I will watch the network coverage quite clearly. Back in 2016, they all stopped chuckling at about the same time. I suspect in 2020, they will guffaw quite a bit, until the injunctions start getting submitted and judges start shutting down the ballot counts.
    It’s just about 40 days from Election Day to December 14, when certification is required. In the bible, “40 days” doesn’t mean exactly 40 days. It’s an idiom: it means “a fairly long time.” I think Nov. 3 to Dec. 14 is going to feel like eternity for quite a few people.

  2. «In the bible, “40 days” doesn’t mean exactly 40 days. It’s an idiom: it means “a fairly long time.” I think Nov. 3 to Dec. 14 is going to feel like eternity for quite a few people.» Is it going to rain continuously under that period, as well, Alex ?… 😉

    Henri

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