When asked at Sunday night's presidential debate if he used his $916 million loss to avoid paying federal income taxes, Donald Trump replied simply "of course." But he didn't let Hillary Clinton off the hook either, claiming "and so do all of her donors, or most of her donors. I know many of her donors."
Billionaire Warren Buffett wasn't so sure about that. Trump "has not seen my income tax returns," Buffett, a Clinton supporter, wrote in a statement he published Monday. "But I am happy to give him the facts." Those facts could be a little awkward for Trump:
Legal experts have repeatedly agreed that there is no legal issue preventing Trump from releasing his tax returns.
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