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Rachel of MSNBC showed pages of Trump's tax return of 2005. Of course 2 pages don't tell much, however it showed he paid some taxes, about $38 million that year, which was about 23% of his income. The thing I like to add is that such rate in Europe should be at least 70%; 23% is paid there by someone earning about $30K. Thus which ever way you look at it, this country is an paradise for the "rich" related to taxes.
But yeah those two pieces of paper do mean nothing if you don't have the "backup" data. There should be hundred's of pages about foreign investments, taxes paid there, liens, loans, interest paid, exchange rates, property taxes, legal fees, capital gains etc etc. Thus even when we ever get his tax returns; it will take a few trucks to transport those and a couple of month to figure out all the wheeling and dealing, if all of that was done the legal way.