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Federal taxes paid 2016 & 2017, Trump (via NYT): $750 Federal taxes paid, average US taxpayer (via IRS) $12,200

A bombshell New York Times investigation has offered the most conclusive proof yet that President Trump's business empire is nowhere near as successful as he claims

I don’t understand the “this will not matter” talk among the chattering classes. Nobody has a crystal ball. Who knows? But one way of ensuring nothing matters is giving up having values to defend. Cynicism isn’t a sign of depth or savvy, it’s resignation masquerading as politics.

"He shouldn't be able to continue in his job, but he has a protector - he's got Bill Barr protecting him...you're not going to be held accountable until you're out of office." - @glennkirschner2  on whether there's legal repercussions of Trump's tax returns @MSNBC 

Thousands of fire-sapped California residents fled two new blazes Monday that exploded in size overnight, torching nearly 10,000 acres.

@BTS_twt  announce new album 'BE (Deluxe Edition)' ahead of their week-long @FallonTonight  appearances:

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I’ve noticed a lot of people slipping up on how they interpret UK Covid-19 prevalence & testing data, so here’s a very brief thread on how to interpret figures from different sources, and what caveats each source does and does not come with:

"He's in the exact sectors of the economy that are getting creamed by the pandemic: real estate, travel, leisure. He's getting squeezed on his ability to make $, he's gorged on debt...He has never sold anything in his life even when it was hemorrhaging cash." @TimOBrien  @MSNBC 

Spent this weekend hands-on with @Xbox  Series X. Impressions are limited to backwards compatible content and system-level features. We have not played next-gen games. Thoughts: - Quick Resume is a game changer! Love being able to instantly jump in exactly where I left off.

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Pres. Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes the year he ran for president and in his first year in the White House, according to a report in The New York Times.

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