President TrumpDonald John TrumpCensus Bureau intends to complete the census on October 5, despite the Top House Republican Judge’s Judge calling for an investigation into the source of NYT Trump’s tax documents. New Yorkers report receiving ballot papers with false names, voter addresses MORE During Tuesday night̵
“I’ve paid millions of dollars in taxes, millions of dollars in income tax,” Trump said.
While the President continued speaking, Biden cut him off and said, “Show us your tax returns.”
“You’ll see it as soon as it’s ready,” Trump replied.
Debate moderator Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) WallaceCompromise, yes – but how? A proposal ahead of the Trump tax debate reveals Roil’s presidential election Voters disagreed on whether Trump, Biden will win the first debate: poll MORE He then asked Trump if he would share with the public how much he had paid in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017. Trump replied “millions of dollars” and said, “you will see.” Biden asked when that would be.
The Times published an article on Sunday that reported that Trump paid little or no federal income taxes for most of the years from 2000 to 2017. Trump paid $ 750 each in 2016 and 2017, the Times reported.
Trump is the first president in decades not to publish any of his tax returns. He previously said he will not publish his tax returns during the audit, but the IRS has said audits don’t prevent people from disclosing their personal tax information.
Hours before the debate, Biden and his runmate Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Harris Harris says she made no plan in one way or another to meet the Supreme Court candidate. Compromise, yes – but how? A Proposal Before Debate Biden MUST MORE clarify his stance on energy for swing voters (D-Calif.) Released their 2019 tax returns. Biden and his wife Jill Biden reported their adjusted gross income return for 2019 of around $ 985,000 and total tax of nearly $ 300,000.