Will Donald Trump's 1995 Tax Returns Hurt Him With Voters?
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has taken a lot of heat for not releasing his tax returns. While it isn’t mandatory, presidential candidates have released their tax records since George Romney called Richard Nixon out for refusing to release his in 1968. Over the weekend the New York Times published a copy of Mr. Trump’s 1995 returns that they say was sent to them by mail. The document shows that Mr. Trump reported a $916 million dollar business loss -- a loss that may have allowed him to legally duck out on federal taxes for 18 years. Add that to a less than stellar debate performance last week and you could say Mr. Trump is having a very bad, no good couple of weeks.
Jenna Johnson covers the Trump campaign for the Washington Post. She joins to discuss how Trump's campaign is responding.