Interesting take. This kind of strategy has certainly served him well so far.
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“For a start would you please care to post your tax returns on this forum for the past 25 years?
If not, kindly please delete this nonsense thread.”
Do you really think so? Fortunately or unfortunately, I am not in the position which requires me to disclose the tax returns. But people should know Donald Trump’s potetial conflicts of interest. I hope you will agree with me about this point.
yes this logic makes sense. Bash him about his personality or his politics but this man hired a ton of people so it doesn’t matter how much he pays in taxes on his personal revenue.
Very funny to me how you just said that I can’t argue a point and yet the only thing that you’re capable of doing is posting left-wing and globalist sources and then proceed, without fail, to criticize anyone who doesn’t agree with your globalist sources. You’re exactly like Trump.
BTW, how did you become a moderator?
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“This man hired a ton of people so it doesn’t matter how much he pays in taxes on his personal revenue.”
You don’t understand what is being discussed.
If you are mayor of a city in Japan, your family’s company should not undertake construction work paid by the municipality, if my memory serves me correctly. If you are president of the US, you cannot get benefits from people or companies in foreign countries.
How can these be checked? Do you really think that the clause on conflicts of interest is nonsense? Rules are rules, and this rule contributes to democracy. I wonder if you champion crony capitalism.
The Economist explains: What is the Emoluments Clause? What is the Emoluments Clause? via @TheEconomist