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  • Bloomberg Intends to Release His Tax Returns, Upping the Pressure on Trump

    A lawsuit by House Democrats to force the administration to hand over Donald Trump’s tax returns to investigators was put on hold by a federal judge on Tuesday. But the president may soon feel pressure to disclose more about his personal finances—and separate himself from his business empire—from a different source: the other New York [

    Mother Jones
  • Warren pledges to release Trump records if elected

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) pledged Friday to release a slew of documents from the Trump administration regarding its dealings with Ukraine should she win in November's election."On day one as president, I will

    TheHill
  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg congratulated Donald Trump for being 'number one on Facebook', according to Donald Trump

    Facebook/Donald Trump President Trump has claimed Mark Zuckerberg told him he was "number one on Facebook" when the two "had dinner the other day." Trump dialled into conservative pundit Rush Limbaugh's eponymous radio show on Monday, where he discussed his social media reach, as well as the assassination of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani, who he described as "a terrorist." Zuckerberg and Trump have met on multiple occasions previously, both publicly and privately. The Facebook CEO refused to...

    Business Insider
  • EDITORIAL: The fiction of Donald Trump’s tax cuts

    Demonstrators demanding an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour prepare to march in Chicago in 2016. | Scott Olson/Getty Images file photo Businesses are paying low level workers more only because states are requiring it. The trend has nothing to do with the largest onetime tax break in history for corporations and the wealthiest Americans that the president championed. Millions of low-wage workers in Illinois and two dozen other states had good reason to welcome in the new year:...

    Chicago Sun-Times