On Thursday, the New York Times ran a story entitled “Donald Trump’s Tax Plan Would Have Benefited Only the Rich.”
The headline of the article reads, “Trump’s Tax Cut Could Have Benefitted Only the Richest Americans.”
The story, titled “The Tax Plan Mr. Trump Promised Would Benefit Only the 1 Percent,” reports that the Trump administration is proposing to cut taxes for the wealthiest Americans by more than $2,000.
The Times also notes that Trump’s proposed tax cut would also benefit those with $100,000 to $250,000 in adjusted gross income.
According to the Times article, “The proposal also would have benefited only the richest Americans.”
According to Trump’s own tax return, he filed a tax return that includes a list of investments that he earned between 2007 and 2009.
The Trump administration says that the information on those investments is part of his tax return.
However, Trump has long refused to release his tax returns.
In 2013, he said that he had not released his returns, but did not rule it out.
“It’s not a big deal,” Trump said.
“You have a lot of people that have a little bit of money.
They pay taxes.
And they’re paying a lot.
And so we’ll see what happens.”
However, since the publication of the New Times story, Trump’s administration has repeatedly asserted that Trump has released his tax information.
Trump has denied the New Yorkers claim that he has not released any of his returns.
“I don’t think there’s any reason to release them.
I don’t want to release my tax returns because there’s no way to tell if they’re accurate,” Trump told CBS News’ John Dickerson in an interview last week.
“If they’re not, I don