Trump said he paid income tax to millions; “Show us your tax return,” Biden said.

President TrumpDonald John Trumpsense Bureau intends to wrap up the count on Nov. 5 Despite a judge’s order, top House Republican NYT Trump says to investigate the source of tax documents. During Tuesday night’s debate, he said he paid “millions” in federal income tax in 2016 and 2017 – a New York Times report said he paid only 50,750 in those years – when the Democratic presidential candidate JB bidenBidenat House calls on House Republicans to investigate source of NYT Trump tax documents Repeatedly pressured the President to release his tax return.

“I paid millions of dollars in taxes, millions of dollars in income tax,” Trump said.

The president continued to speak, interrupting Byden, saying, “Show us your tax return.”

Trump replied, “You’ll see it as soon as it’s over.”

Debate moderator Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) v lace les kampromis, yes – but how? Trump announces pre-tax debate indicator presidential role, voters share vote on whether Trump, Biden will win first debate: Vote More Trump was then asked if he would say publicly how much he paid in federal income tax in 2016 and 2017. Trump responded with “millions of dollars” and said, “You’ll see.” Biden asked when that would happen.

The Times published an article on Sunday stating that little has been paid by Trump on federal income tax in most years from 2000 to 2017.

Trump is the first president in decades not to declare any of his tax returns. He had earlier said he would not disclose his compensation during the audit, but the IRSA said the audit did not prevent people from disclosing their personal tax information.

Hours before the discussion, Biden and his running mate Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Harris Harris says she ‘has no plans in one way or another’ to meet the Supreme Court’s nominee settlement, but – how? Suggestion before the debate, Biden should clarify his attitude towards energy release to swing voters further. (D-California.), Released their 2019 tax return. Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, arranged a total tax return of about 5 985,000 and about 300 300,000 for their 2019 federal tax return.