There are many reasons why Donald Trump won't release his tax returns , but the common thread through them all is that his tax returns will reveal that Donald Trump's presidential campaign is built on a mountain of lies. Mr Trump is the first presidential nominee since Gerald Ford in 1976 to refuse to publish his returns. There are no laws prohibiting tax returns under audit from being released.
Following on the announcement that the College Republicans at Harvard University will not endorse Donald Trump for president, the College Republicans at Pennsylvania State University have announced that they too will not endorse Trump. John McCain to withdraw his support for Donald Trump because of his comments about his son who was killed in Iraq. "If it were not an election year with a close primary, I'm sure he would have already thrown Trump under the bus in order to do his normal ...
A 3-yard run by Rashad Jennings and a 20-yard field goal by Josh Brown following an interception by Jonathan Casillas staked NY to its first-quarter lead. There were several players who looked good on Friday night, there were some bad moments, and there was some ugly. Since finalizing his coaching staff in mid-February, McAdoo has been mum on who would handle play-calling duties, something he did the last two seasons for the Giants as offensive coordinator.
Singh-Allen witnessed the Clinton-Sanders conflict up close when she sat in the front row at her delegation's breakfast. Let us not forget that if Bernie Sanders was the nominee of the Democratic Party, then Democrats would not be sweating this election.
But the company hasn't put its tumultuous past entirely to rest. The company also said it's on track to meet the previously announced financial objectives for 2016. Papa announced on Monday that he has brought in new faces to top management and expanded the roles of some existing senior executives. The company is set to start selling its offshore China assets this month, the Journal reported on 4 August.
Did you know that polls in blue-state New Jersey indicate that voters are "ready to abandon" Hillary Clinton and vote for Donald Trump? After an audience member at a Clinton rally yelled out to "What about his tax returns", in May, the former secretary of state responded , "We'll get to that".