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Key takeaways from the New York Times' investigation into Trump's taxes while in office


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SOURCE: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/10/11/key-takeaways-nyt-look-into-trumps-taxes-while-office/5960622002/
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During his 2016 campaign and throughout his time in office, President Donald Trump has repeatedly made promises to "drain the swamp." The phrase signaled to many a desire to change Washington's widely maligned political culture.In office, however, Trump has reportedly done just the opposite, according to a recent New York Times investigation into the federal taxes across the Trump organization.Here are some of the most notable revelations from the investigation, which found over 200 companies, lobbying groups and foreign governments did business with, and benefitted from, work with Trump's businesses. The Times investigation found that his frequent stays at Mar-a-Lago made him and senior officials easily accessible to the resort's members, many of whom had joined with the explicit goal of lobbying the president.Trump has spent nearly 400 days of his presidency at one of the family's hotels and properties during his presidency, making for many opportunities for such lobbying at Mar-a-Lago and elsewhere.Experts on Trump's taxes:5 key takeaways from experts on the president's taxesEvangelical elites and other prominent social conservatives are among the president's most fervent supporters and frequent customers.

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