Washington: Emphasising the need of a law for the nominees of the two major parties to release their tax returns, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said her Republican counterpart has contributed nothing for the country.
While referring to the New York Times report, which noted Donald Trump’s net loss of more than $915 million in 1995, Clinton said her Republican counterpart “may not have paid a dime” in federal income taxes for nearly two decades.
Clinton said that while millions of Americans worked hard to pay their fare share, Trump contributed nothing for the country, The Telegraph reported on Monday.
“Trump was taking from America with both hands and leaving the rest of us with the bill. What kind of genius loses a billion dollars in a single year?” She said at a campaign stop in Toledo, Ohio.
First Published | 4 October 2016 8:11 AM