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All of this sounds like money laudering to me.  but we will have to wait.

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      Soon, donald will use the Nixon claim:   I am not a crook...and it will not end any better for Donald that it did for Tricky Dick.  

 

       If people have nothing to hide, what are they afraid of ?  

PRO-LIFE is Affordable Healthcare for ALL .
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BigLib said, "If Trump is ever man enough to release his tax returns"

 

Trump supporters are the biggest hypocrites. Can you imagine if Hillary would have refused to release her tax returns during the campaign?

 

Do you think Mueller subpoenaed Trump's tax returns? I'm LOL

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@CriticalThinking wrote:

A senator is asking the Treasury Department to turn over records of a lucrative real estate sale Donald Trump made to a Russian billionaire as the Senate Finance Committee looks into Trump's ties to Russians.

 

Sen. Ron Wyden, the committee's ranking member, requested the financial records from the sale of Trump's former estate in Palm Beach to Dmitry Rybolovlev.
 
Wyden's letter outlined how Donald Trump bought a 6.3 acre property in Florida for $41.35 million in 2004 and then sold that property to a company owned by the businessman four years later. The sale price to Rybolovlev more than doubled Trump's initial investment, to $95 million.
 
The property's appraisal in 2008 was $30 million less than the selling price, per Wyden.

And that's just ONE deal - What about all Der Trumpers overseas holdings and loans from money laundries we don't evenknow about...YET.

 

Mueller's investigation is far from over, and its unlikely the GOPers will be in a position to protect their turd in the punchbowl POTUS after next January.

 

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If Trump is ever man enough to release his tax returns, Wyden wouldn't likely be the only one asking for additional details from federal departments.

 

 

http://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/statements/byruling/false/ (11 pages of lies and growing)
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......as the Senate Finance Committee looks into Trump's ties to Russians.

 

Many people's lucrative Deals have clogged up the money washing machines.  It takes time to untwist that mess of grime.  Rule of law and all that.

dt generously giving his tax returns to that effort would be a clear sign of good faith in our democracy would it not?   Certainly something he might want to brag about doing.   He searched his heart and decided after all, blah blah, sharing IS important, he deserves an award.  This is about the time the cell door is locked.

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https://dekerivers.wordpress.com/2017/03/04/donald-trump-jeff-sessions-russian-political-cartoons/

 

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@CriticalThinking wrote:

A senator is asking the Treasury Department to turn over records of a lucrative real estate sale Donald Trump made to a Russian billionaire as the Senate Finance Committee looks into Trump's ties to Russians.

 

Sen. Ron Wyden, the committee's ranking member, requested the financial records from the sale of Trump's former estate in Palm Beach to Dmitry Rybolovlev.
 
Wyden's letter outlined how Donald Trump bought a 6.3 acre property in Florida for $41.35 million in 2004 and then sold that property to a company owned by the businessman four years later. The sale price to Rybolovlev more than doubled Trump's initial investment, to $95 million.
 
The property's appraisal in 2008 was $30 million less than the selling price, per Wyden.

This practice predates 'the donald' appearing on the scene......at least visibly.  It is not limited to Russia.  Other players have links to organized crime and even 'state' sponsors. Some of those have their own currency.  The rate of exchange can turn a profit too. You will never know for sure.  If you get too close, you may not be a nuisance long.  Lots of ways that can happen.  

 

Real estate is a very, very convenient tool.  So are fluctuating financial markets.  Paper wealth without any real worth passes through every day. Losses may even count as a win for those 'in the know'.  That's not you, poor baby.  According to the 'old farmer', 'sometimes you get, sometimes you get got'.  Pretty one-sided when the game is rigged.  

 

Antiques, artifacts, jewelry, art work, drugs [legal and not legal], collector items of all sorts....appear after being 'lost' for 'lo, these many years'.  Things for which real value on the open market is not known and appraisals mean little to nothing....worth established by whatever some one will pay right now, up front, no refunds.  

 

'Finds' tucked away in cartons, crates, boxcars and basements without ever being inventoried.  The ostensible owner claims ignorance of what they are, how they got there or what their worth is.  On occasion, that's true.

 

Wyden is not the first to notice.  The one's who scream loudest when any attempt at regulation happens are the one's with skin in this game....they're the ones who rigged it.  

 

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A senator is asking the Treasury Department to turn over records of a lucrative real estate sale Donald Trump made to a Russian billionaire as the Senate Finance Committee looks into Trump's ties to Russians.

 

Sen. Ron Wyden, the committee's ranking member, requested the financial records from the sale of Trump's former estate in Palm Beach to Dmitry Rybolovlev.
 
Wyden's letter outlined how Donald Trump bought a 6.3 acre property in Florida for $41.35 million in 2004 and then sold that property to a company owned by the businessman four years later. The sale price to Rybolovlev more than doubled Trump's initial investment, to $95 million.
 
 Per Wyden, the property's appraisal in 2008 was $30 million less than the selling price.
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