• The New York Times destroyed Trump's origin story - and the White House didn't deny it

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    President Donald Trump's White House has responded to a bombshell New York Times report that reviewed over 100,000 documents to conclude that Trump's father, Fred, gave him hundreds of millions of dollars in today's money.
    Previously, Trump has portrayed himself as a self-made billionaire with a knack for the real estate market who only received a "small loan" of $1 million from his father to start off.
    The Times' story completely attacks that notion, and the White House's response makes little attempt to defend it.
    President Donald Trump's White House has responded to a bombshell New York...
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  • That Bombshell Report on Trump's Taxes May Spark an Investigation by New York Tax Authorities

    That Bombshell Report on Trump's Taxes May Spark an Investigation by New York Tax Authorities

    2 monthes ago - By Fortune

    On Tuesday the New York Times dropped an investigative bombshell : President Donald Trump got at least $413 million from his father's real estate empire, much of it through “dubious tax schemes...including instances of outright fraud.”
    If true, the allegations not only belie Trump's assertion that his father, Fred Trump, provided only minimal assistance in his rise to billionaire-dom-they also raise legal questions. And those questions have caught the attention of the New York State Tax Department.
    “The Tax Department is reviewing the allegations in the New York Times article and is...
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  • Trump and Brett Kavanaugh appear to be on different wavelengths when it comes to drinking, and White House aides are reportedly less likely to drink in front of the president

    2 monthes ago - By Chron

    By all appearances, President Donald Trump and his Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, are on opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to drinking alcohol.
    Trump, who has abstained from alcohol, described it as vice that could potentially destroy the "mind for the long term."
    Kavanaugh, on the other hand, has been scrutinized for the alcohol consumption he took part in during high school and college.
    Trump reportedly told advisers he did not like the optics on Kavanaugh's drinking habits.
    As a result of Trump alcohol sobriety, White House aides are said to be mindful of...
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