Trump, who’s scheduled to debate Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for the primary time on Sept. 29, responded to the allegations within the New York Instances story throughout a press convention.
“Completely pretend information, no. Really I paid tax. And also you’ll see that as quickly as my tax returns – it’s below audit, they’ve been below audit for a very long time,” Trump informed reporters. “The [Internal Revenue Service] doesn’t deal with me properly … they deal with me very badly.”
In discussing the revelations in its reporting, the New York Instances can be hinting on the chance that Trump’s picture as a profitable businessman might be undermined by his taxes, which present years of losses. Trump has refused to launch his tax returns since he entered the race for president in 2015, claiming that he was below audit and that his taxes could be launched as soon as the audit was over.