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Jon Stewart on helping sick veterans: ’This is an eminently fixable problem. It’s simple and the money already exists in the system … the money to help these veterans is in the system.’

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In a tour de force of hard won reporting, the New York Times has put numerical clothing on what we’ve known about President Trump for years: He’s a haphazard businessman, human billboard and serial bankruptcy artist

But @TimOBrien  wants us to focus on what the tax returns reveal about Trump as president. Because of his: ✅Indebtedness ✅Reliance on overseas income ✅Refusal to distance himself from his business Trump represents a profound national security threat

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Tax bombshell reveals Trump's image is a sham | Analysis by @StCollinson 

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EU says "window of opportunity" to resolve Northern Ireland part of Brexit deal "rapidly closing"

The revelations that President Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes the year he ran for office and paid no income taxes at all in many others threaten to undercut a pillar of his appeal among blue-collar voters.

When comparing Trump’s tax payments to an American household earning about $75,000 in 2016, the difference is even more stark: Those folks paid about $14,000 in federal income taxes — a lot more than $750

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The Supreme Court of Spain upheld a ruling barring the separatist leader of Catalonia from public office, a decision that could renew tensions in the restive northeastern region.

Trump’s history of avoiding tax payments – often paying nothing – should also alarm his supporters. Trump’s tax cut largely benefitted the most affluent Americans and the largest corporations. Now we learn that he has rarely paid taxes in recent years

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Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan rages in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region

"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 

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