Sunday, October 4, 2020
'BOMBSHELL' Fades: Lawmakers Call for PROBE of New York Times' Trump Tax Story
'There is a strong prospect that a felony crime was committed' by leaking of protected information
FILE This July 15, 2020, file photo shows copies of The New York Times newspaper displayed for sale at a news stand in Hong Kong. TheNew York Times Co.'s digital transformation continued during the second quarter, with
its online subscription and ad revenue now exceeding its print revenue, even as the economic aftershocks of the coronavirus pandemic slammed its ad sales. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, FIle)
A woman who, when she was an illegal immigrant, worked at one of President Trump’s golf courses says she paid more to the IRS than President Trump did, given what has now been reported about his finances.