By now, you probably know that Trump’s tax scam, which he and his cronies had concocted, was a colossal fraud.
The scam was not just about avoiding taxes; it was a fraud that stole the livelihoods of thousands of Americans.
The IRS, for example, claimed that Trump owed $20 million in back taxes.
The fraudster never actually paid his taxes.
He only received the money from the IRS.
The fraudster did not even pay the taxes that he owed.
The actual IRS tax return that he filed showed he owed $9,000 in taxes for 2018, not $20,000.
The total tax owed was $18,000, not the $20.00 that Trump claimed.
Trump’s tax fraud is the largest tax scam in American history.
Trump did not make any money from it.
In fact, he stole the money that was owed to him from ordinary Americans.
As Trump has claimed, he did not pay taxes because he “didn’t owe anything” to anyone.
This is a scam that the IRS has admitted was intentional, and they are now admitting that they had no choice but to prosecute.
Trump’s scam is the biggest scam in America, and it is the most brazen and brazen criminal act in American political history.
The scam was perpetrated by the Republican National Committee (RNC), which is a part of the RNC.
The RNC is the GOP’s political arm.
The RNC is supposed to be nonpartisan and independent.
It is also the party’s chief economic advisor.
In March 2018, the RNC was hacked.
The hacking, in which an unknown hacker infiltrated the RNC’s network, compromised the RNC email servers and compromised thousands of internal RNC email accounts.
The hackers also took control of the personal information of thousands more Republican party members.
The DNC, by contrast, is a bipartisan organization, and all of the Democrats have their own email servers.
The DNC has never been hacked.
But the RNC has had a long history of cyberattacks against it.
The Republican Party, led by RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, used RNC emails to communicate with their supporters.
It used RNC email to communicate to its staff, including Priebus.
When the RNC learned of the DNC hack, RNC communications director Marc Short told The New York Times that the RNC had already begun to move away from email.
In a statement, Short said:The RNC and the RNC leadership have no intention of changing our privacy practices.
Our email practices have not changed in the last year, nor has our practice of not using a third-party vendor for email.
The Trump campaign has been communicating with the RNC on a regular basis.
The FBI is also investigating the RNC for the RNC breach.
The FBI’s investigation began in mid-October, and FBI Director James Comey told Congress in February that the FBI was “investigating” the RNC hack.
Comey said that he believed the RNC breached its own servers.
The GOP is not alone in its use of stolen information.
In June, the FBI seized a trove of documents from the Democratic National Committee that were stolen from its own server.
In addition to Priebus and Short, the GOP is also believed to have stolen information from the DNC’s voter file system.
The files were stored on servers that were hosted on a server in the Netherlands.
The Democratic National Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has not commented on the RNC hacks.
Democrats have been saying for years that the GOP hacked the DNC because they were worried that the Russians might have stolen emails from her campaign.
That fear has proven unfounded.
Trump and his Republican Party are the greatest threats to our democracy since Watergate.
The real story here is how the FBI got involved in a phony criminal investigation, and what is the role of the FBI in protecting our elections from fraud and the misuse of taxpayer money.