Talk about making lemonade out of lemons! The Clinton campaign must be twisted in the most contorted of knots when they saw how The Donald, once again, brushed off another of the Clinton’s baseless, false attacks.
Independent Journal Review outlined Trump’s response:
“The only news here is that the more than 20-year-old alleged tax document was illegally obtained, a further demonstration that the New York Times, like establishment media in general, is an extension of the Clinton Campaign, the Democratic Party and their global special interests…”
Then extolling Trump’s business acumen, and noting his fiduciary duty:
“Mr. Trump is a highly-skilled businessman who has a fiduciary responsibility to his business, his family and his employees to pay no more tax than legally required. That being said, Mr. Trump has paid hundreds of millions of dollars in property taxes, sales and excise taxes, real estate taxes, city taxes, state taxes, employee taxes and federal taxes, along with very substantial charitable contributions…”
And lastly, stating that Trump’s financial savvy is what makes him a better candidate than the “corrupt” Hillary Clinton:
“The incredible skills Mr. Trump has shown in building his business are the skills we need to rebuild this country. Hillary Clinton is a corrupt public official who violated federal law, Donald Trump is an extraordinarily successful private businessman who followed the law and created tens of thousands of jobs for Americans.”
And then, Trump turned the Democrat debacle into a positive. He’s got a plan to fix the corruption and unfair tax policy that has been crushing hard working Americans for generations.
Newsmax reported this:
“I understand the tax laws better than almost anyone, which is why I am one who can truly fix them.”
Trump said the real estate atmosphere of the early 1990s was worse than the recession of 2008 and “almost as bad as the Great Depression of 1929.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that Trump’s tax situation from the 1990s shows he has the knowledge to revamp the system and make it better for everyone.