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Richard W. Painter
Law Professor. Former chief White House ethics lawyer 2005-07. Host of Politics Podcast , Independent. Views are my own.
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Richard W. Painter 7h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
"In 2005, Ross was constructively discharged, and Bear Stearns shipped him a box of broken glass to intimidate and humiliate him." That was the reward for exposing Amerindo Securities, whose manager got 10 years in the slammer. No wonder nobody has exposed .
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Richard W. Painter 7h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
"In 2005, Ross was constructively discharged, and Bear Stearns shipped him a box of broken glass to intimidate and humiliate him." That was the reward for exposing Amerindo Securities, whose manager got 10 years in the slammer. No wonder nobody has exposed .
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Richard W. Painter 8h
"In the ninth months after Ross reported the fraud, Bear Stearns cut his pay by 30%, withheld commissions he earned, took away from his support and prevented him from opening new accounts." The fraudster he exposed got 10 years in jail!
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Richard W. Painter 9h
Urgent! Whoever backstopped that enormous loan from Deutsche Bank will almost certainly call the loan if ⁦⁩ loses the presidency. He needs your help today! Send money!
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Richard W. Painter 22h
Replying to @RWPUSA
"[Ivanka] Trump reported receiving payments from a consulting company she co-owned, totaling $747,622, that exactly matched consulting fees claimed as tax deductions by the Trump Organization for hotel projects in Vancouver and Hawaii." Tax scamming as a family business....
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Richard W. Painter 22h
Replying to @RWPUSA
"[Ivanka] Trump reported receiving payments from a consulting company she co-owned, totaling $747,622, that exactly matched consulting fees claimed as tax deductions by the Trump Organization for hotel projects in Vancouver and Hawaii." Tax scamming as a family business....
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Richard W. Painter 22h
Replying to @RWPUSA
"Donald J. Trump paid $750 in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency. In his first year in the White House, he paid another $750." How many suckers will vote for him this time?
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Richard W. Painter 22h
Replying to @RWPUSA
"Donald J. Trump paid $750 in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency. In his first year in the White House, he paid another $750." How many suckers will vote for him this time?
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Richard W. Painter 22h
So who is stupid enough to vote for this man while paying the income taxes which he doesn't pay? Trump’s Taxes Show Chronic Losses and Years of Income Tax Avoidance
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Robin Canha 23h
This is my town beach, Lambert's Cove. If weather permits, I'm getting up early to go spend a little time there before opening the Gallery in the morning. Given the trump tax story tonight, I'm feeling a little more optimistic that he will be out of the WH soon. Breathing easier
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Richard W. Painter 23h
Just about every American can wear this button with pride: "I paid more income taxes than Donald Trump."
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Richard W. Painter 23h
Replying to @RWPUSA
Pay no taxes for 10 out of 15 years. Now there's a real patriot. But if a regular taxpayer kneels for the national anthem, he's unpatriotic. Right....
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Richard W. Painter 23h
Only the little people pay taxes..... The big people avoision them .... Another thing to remember on or before November 3.
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Richard W. Painter Sep 27
Tax Avoidance/Evasion -- Avoision -- Man Strikes Again!
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Richard W. Painter Sep 27
So, who wants this guy to pick the next female Supreme Court justice? This is What Donald Trump Thinks of Women via
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Richard W. Painter Sep 27
Replying to @RWPUSA
On the day of a confirmation hearing this photo of Judge Garland standing outside the senate, not invited inside for a hearing, should be put in every mailbox and sent to every email address in America. We will not forget. We know what is fair play and what is not. We will vote.
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Richard W. Painter Sep 27
Replying to @RWPUSA
On the day of a confirmation hearing this photo of Judge Garland standing outside the senate, not invited inside for a hearing, should be put in every mailbox and sent to every email address in America. We will not forget. We know what is fair play and what is not. We will vote.
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Richard W. Painter Sep 27
Americans will never forget Merrick Garland. And we will remember him most of all on or before November 3.
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Richard W. Painter Sep 27
Replying to @RWPUSA
Note: For diversity there might be an Episcopalian in the audience.
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Richard W. Painter Sep 27
Lilly white -- down to the glee club. Welcome to the America of .
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