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Here you go with Part 2 from the NYT and Raw Story.

The Times promised it's not done informing readers.



‘It was all a hoax’: NYT destroys Trump’s claims of business success — in second blockbuster on his taxes

“But while the story of “The Apprentice” is by now well known, the president’s tax returns reveal another grand twist that has never been truly told — how the popularity of that fictional alter ego rescued him, providing a financial lifeline to reinvent himself yet again. And then how, in an echo of the boom-and-bust cycle that has defined his business career, he led himself toward the financial shoals he must navigate today. Mr. Trump’s genius, it turned out, wasn’t running a company. It was making himself famous — Trump-scale famous — and monetizing that fame,” the newspaper reported."

 

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" NYT" and "ready to read" are mutually exclusive terms.
Impossible you read any of it. Was just posted unless you pose as Evelyn Wood.
Instead of trolling, why not become up on the subject and read the article.

Oh I can think of tons of politicians and athletes that monetize their brands, oh and the folks on Utube and other social media sites that are monetizing themselves as faux celebs. I guess it's only bad when Trump does it. LMAO
 

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" NYT" and "ready to read" are mutually exclusive terms.
Impossible you read any of it. Was just posted unless you pose as Evelyn Wood.
Instead of trolling, why not become up on the subject and read the articles.
Why would I lend the clicks to those sewers, let alone read their agitprop?
 
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The NY Times has forfeited any credibility as a news source. That is what happens when you go all in on partisan politics. Just like WAPO, CNN and MSNBC, they report Democrat opinions, propaganda and smears, not news.
Refute a story. Condemn the poster. Claim it's fake news.
Anything else to add?
 

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The NY Times has forfeited any credibility as a news source. That is what happens when you go all in on partisan politics. Just like WAPO, CNN and MSNBC, they report Democrat opinions, propaganda and smears, not news.
Refute a story. Condemn the poster. Claim it's fake news.
Anything else to add?
The masthead is the refutation.
 
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" NYT" and "ready to read" are mutually exclusive terms.
Impossible you read any of it. Was just posted unless you pose as Evelyn Wood.
Instead of trolling, why not become up on the subject and read the articles.
Why would I lend the clicks to those sewers, let alone read their agitprop?
You can read if you try? Problem is not mine and the same with the articles.
 

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" NYT" and "ready to read" are mutually exclusive terms.
Impossible you read any of it. Was just posted unless you pose as Evelyn Wood.
Instead of trolling, why not become up on the subject and read the articles.
Why would I lend the clicks to those sewers, let alone read their agitprop?
You can read if you try? Problem is not mine and the same with the articles.
I won't turn off my ad blocker to read sites I kinda-sorta find credible...I'm certainly not doing so for the propagandist weasels at NY Slimes or Raw Sewage.
 
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" NYT" and "ready to read" are mutually exclusive terms.
Impossible you read any of it. Was just posted unless you pose as Evelyn Wood.
Instead of trolling, why not become up on the subject and read the articles.
Why would I lend the clicks to those sewers, let alone read their agitprop?
You can read if you try? Problem is not mine and the same with the articles.
I won't turn off my ad blocker to read sites I kinda-sorta find credible...I'm certainly not doing so for the propagandist weasels at NY Slimes or Raw Sewage.
Adding to the thread is what I expected but not from you. All you do is cry foul.
 

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Here you go with Part 2 from the NYT and Raw Story.

The Times promised it's not done informing readers.



‘It was all a hoax’: NYT destroys Trump’s claims of business success — in second blockbuster on his taxes

“But while the story of “The Apprentice” is by now well known, the president’s tax returns reveal another grand twist that has never been truly told — how the popularity of that fictional alter ego rescued him, providing a financial lifeline to reinvent himself yet again. And then how, in an echo of the boom-and-bust cycle that has defined his business career, he led himself toward the financial shoals he must navigate today. Mr. Trump’s genius, it turned out, wasn’t running a company. It was making himself famous — Trump-scale famous — and monetizing that fame,” the newspaper reported."

The NY Times has forfeited any credibility as a news source. That is what happens when you go all in on partisan politics. Just like WAPO, CNN and MSNBC, they report Democrat opinions, propaganda and smears, not news.
Refute a story. Condemn the poster. Claim it's fake news.
Anything else to add?
There is nothing in my post that condemns you.
 
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" NYT" and "ready to read" are mutually exclusive terms.
Impossible you read any of it. Was just posted unless you pose as Evelyn Wood.
Instead of trolling, why not become up on the subject and read the articles.
Why would I lend the clicks to those sewers, let alone read their agitprop?
You can read if you try? Problem is not mine and the same with the articles.
I won't turn off my ad blocker to read sites I kinda-sorta find credible...I'm certainly not doing so for the propagandist weasels at NY Slimes or Raw Sewage.
Adding to the thread is what I expected but not from you. All you do is cry foul.
Here is a taste for you:

"Mark Burnett, a British television producer best known for the hit series “Survivor,” approached him with an idea for a different reality show, this one based in a boardroom. In Mr. Burnett’s vision, a cast of wannabe entrepreneurs would come to New York and compete for the approval of the Donald, with the winner to work on a Trump project. Mr. Trump eagerly agreed to host “The Apprentice” and went on to ham it up as the billionaire kingmaker, yelling “You’re fired” each week until one contestant was left.
Some of Mr. Burnett’s staff members wondered how a wealthy businessman supposedly running a real estate empire could spare the time, but they soon discovered that not everything in Mr. Trump’s world was as it appeared."
 

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Here you go with Part 2 from the NYT and Raw Story.

The Times promised it's not done informing readers.



‘It was all a hoax’: NYT destroys Trump’s claims of business success — in second blockbuster on his taxes

“But while the story of “The Apprentice” is by now well known, the president’s tax returns reveal another grand twist that has never been truly told — how the popularity of that fictional alter ego rescued him, providing a financial lifeline to reinvent himself yet again. And then how, in an echo of the boom-and-bust cycle that has defined his business career, he led himself toward the financial shoals he must navigate today. Mr. Trump’s genius, it turned out, wasn’t running a company. It was making himself famous — Trump-scale famous — and monetizing that fame,” the newspaper reported."

The New York Times. Wow, even for them this is pathetic.
 

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Just as, years before, the money Mr. Trump secretly received from his father allowed him to assemble a wobbly collection of Atlantic City casinos and other disparate enterprises that then collapsed around him, the new influx of cash helped finance a buying spree that saw him snap up golf resorts, a business not known for easy profits. Indeed, the tax records show that his golf properties have been hemorrhaging millions of dollars for years.
Trump's "secret to success": Daddy's always been there to save me!
 
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Here you go with Part 2 from the NYT and Raw Story.

The Times promised it's not done informing readers.



‘It was all a hoax’: NYT destroys Trump’s claims of business success — in second blockbuster on his taxes

“But while the story of “The Apprentice” is by now well known, the president’s tax returns reveal another grand twist that has never been truly told — how the popularity of that fictional alter ego rescued him, providing a financial lifeline to reinvent himself yet again. And then how, in an echo of the boom-and-bust cycle that has defined his business career, he led himself toward the financial shoals he must navigate today. Mr. Trump’s genius, it turned out, wasn’t running a company. It was making himself famous — Trump-scale famous — and monetizing that fame,” the newspaper reported."

The New York Times. Wow, even for them this is pathetic.
Which part of the article is pathetic?
 
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Here you go with Part 2 from the NYT and Raw Story.

The Times promised it's not done informing readers.



‘It was all a hoax’: NYT destroys Trump’s claims of business success — in second blockbuster on his taxes

“But while the story of “The Apprentice” is by now well known, the president’s tax returns reveal another grand twist that has never been truly told — how the popularity of that fictional alter ego rescued him, providing a financial lifeline to reinvent himself yet again. And then how, in an echo of the boom-and-bust cycle that has defined his business career, he led himself toward the financial shoals he must navigate today. Mr. Trump’s genius, it turned out, wasn’t running a company. It was making himself famous — Trump-scale famous — and monetizing that fame,” the newspaper reported."

The NY Times has forfeited any credibility as a news source. That is what happens when you go all in on partisan politics. Just like WAPO, CNN and MSNBC, they report Democrat opinions, propaganda and smears, not news.
Refute a story. Condemn the poster. Claim it's fake news.
Anything else to add?
There is nothing in my post that condemns you.
I threw down a blanket so don't be offended. So far most replies have been trolls.
 

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