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President Trump took a moment during his interview with The New York Times on Wednesday to reflect on how much money he made as a businessman.
"My finances are extremely good," he said. "My company is an unbelievably successful company. And actually, when I do my filings, people say, 'Man!' People have no idea how successful this is." Many of his critics would agree that he's right on this point — people don't know — because he has not released his tax returns (Trump has said he might do so when he leaves office).
None of this matters, though, because "I don't even think about the company anymore," Trump said. "I think about this. 'Cause one thing, when you do this, companies seem very trivial, okay? I really mean that. They seem very trivial."
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