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Posted by on Oct 2, 2016 in 2016 Elections, 2016 Presidential Election, Politics | 13 comments

Rudy Giuliani: Trump an “Economic Genius” for not paying taxes, “a lot better for the US than a woman.” (VIDEOS)

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In the wake of the New York Time’s bombshell report that Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump may have not paid taxes for 18 years, the Trump campaign sent out its spinners today. His headline-making comments on the Sunday news shows were 1)Trump is an “economic genius” for not paying his taxes (echoed by another Trump spinner, New Jersey Gov. Chris Chrisite) and that b)the US would be a lot better for the US than “a woman.”

This isn’t surprising. To be blunt about it, since 9/11 Guiliani has gone from being “America’s Mayor” to “America’s hack.”

Here’s the full 10 minute interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper:

Some of the CNN online report:

Rudy Giuliani called Donald Trump a “genius” Sunday, in the wake of a New York Times report indicating he may have legally avoiding paying taxes for nearly two decades.

“The reality is, this is part of our tax code. The man’s a genius. He knows how to operate the tax code to the benefit of the people he’s serving,” the former New York City mayor told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union.”
Throughout the contentious interview, Tapper repeatedly pressed Giuliani on his claims that Trump was a “genius” and a good businessman based on The New York Times reporting.
“I think that there are a lot of very, very successful businessmen and women who pay federal income taxes and don’t look for every single opportunity there is to avoid paying them,” Tapper said at one point.
Rudy Giuliani called Donald Trump a “genius” Sunday, in the wake of a New York Times report indicating he may have legally avoiding paying taxes for nearly two decades.

“The reality is, this is part of our tax code. The man’s a genius. He knows how to operate the tax code to the benefit of the people he’s serving,” the former New York City mayor told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union.”
Throughout the contentious interview, Tapper repeatedly pressed Giuliani on his claims that Trump was a “genius” and a good businessman based on The New York Times reporting.
“I think that there are a lot of very, very successful businessmen and women who pay federal income taxes and don’t look for every single opportunity there is to avoid paying them,” Tapper said at one point.

And on ABC:

Top Trump adviser Rudy Giuliani referred to the Republican nominee as “a man who has this kind of economic genius” in the same sentence as he called Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton simply “a woman.”

Speaking of reports that Donald Trump claimed a $916 million loss on his 1995 income taxes, Giuliani said: “Don’t you think a man who has this kind of economic genius is a lot better for the United States than a woman, and the only thing she’s ever produced is a lot of work for the FBI checking out her emails?”

The former New York City mayor said in the interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on “This Week” Sunday that Trump was “a genius” for taking advantage of tax laws allowing him to claim the loss.

One question is what’s in those tax returns that the Times has not seen. Most likely, something a lot worse.

Another question: do the media and many voters yet grasp that is not a campaign that does traditional spin but, rather, a campaign the deals in propaganda? The Leader is never ever wrong. And precisely what does this portend if Trump and his crew get into the White House?





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