tommy1808 wrote:NIKV69 wrote:alfa164 wrote:1). Lying about the value of your property - claiming it is only a fraction of its true worth - in order to avoid property taxes is a crime;
2) Inflating the value of that same property in order to write-off a "charitable contribution" at that inflated value is a crime;
3). Paying your daughter as an employee of your company, then paying her separately as a "consultant" (which gives her money and avoids inheritance tax implications) is a crime.
There are three, for starters. I am sure other can point out many more.
As of now these charges you are making are being pulled out of a hat. When you have something more than supposition and have some evidence to back these accusations up we can discuss it.
well, we do have his lawyer, under oath, stating as fact that Trump inflated property values when talking to banks, and deflating it when doing his taxes. And we had that quite a long time.
And its not like there are no public records about his Seven Springs real estate, changing value by a factor of 30 over time....
Notice he chose only to respond to the NYT mentions and not the sourced material I referenced. Typical. He's claiming things have been pulled out of a hat, and claimed further that there aren't isn't any damning information. Yet when shown there is damning information - to the tune of $421 million in debt to dubious foreign entities - crickets.