I didn't get the impression there was no context or that there was no evidence of illegal activity. When you claim that you have lost so much money you are exempt from taxes while at the same time over-inflating your worth to secure loans it is a legal issue. Not to mention, he portrayed the exact opposite image in selling himself to the American public in terms of his suitability for the position of president, which should be a major issue. Not sure why Trump should be considered the victim here.Absolutely! But when the media simply spouts numbers with no context or evidence of illegal activities they’re simply trying to get people angry so they act on emotion.
And by context I mean, they say he paid anywhere from $0-$750 in tax, but I haven’t seen anyone give specifics. How much federal tax, how much state tax, municipal, property, payroll, capital gains, etc. He also donates all of his presidential pay. I’m not saying that to make him sound like a saint, but it means that’s a $400,000 donation every year for the last 4 years that he gets to claim on his taxes.Also, 10000+ words across multiple articles in a series adds plenty of context.
It's almost as if people make comments without actually reading what they are commenting on.
I have serious doubts for myself about being able to sit and listen to Trump's bullshit for that long. His mouth resembles a crusty asshole.The first presidential debate will be divided into six segments, each of approximately 15 minutes in length, with the moderator introducing a topic and giving each candidate two minutes, followed by facilitated discussion between the two candidates, with both candidates receiving approximately equal time.