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Trump’s Legal Defense in the Mar-a-Lago Case Is Crumbling

Matt Ford The New Republic
The former president’s hoarding of classified documents is the least complicated of his scandals—and it’s also proving the hardest to dodge. If that were not enough, there is the Al Capone-like tax evasion.

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Richie Neal and Trump’s Taxes

Jeff Hauser & Eleanor Eagan The American Prospect
The costs of having a corporate Democrat chair the House Ways and Means Committee

What Panama Papers Say - and Don't Say - About Trump

Kevin G. Hall, Franco Ordoñez and Vera Bergengruen McClatchy DC
The massive leak of documents known as the Panama Papers illustrates how Donald J. Trump and others seek to profit off his very name alone. The Trump name shows up on 3,540 of the leaked documents, many shedding light on what has become a business model. Trump's name doesn't appear as an owner of offshore accounts; some of his associates and business partners are also in the files.
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