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    I'm patriotic enough to hope for his financial ruin today.....

    Today Judge Engoron in DJT's NYC Fraud Trial is expected to reveal his verdict. I'm hoping for the full $370 million in penalties be slapped against wanna be Authoritarian Dictator/Criminal DJT in the name of patriotism - strange coming from me, yes, but I don't care to see this country become even worse than it already is and I don't care to live in an authoritarian dictatorship without socialized medicine, something which the United States may experience based on DJT's recent terrifying rhetoric should he be reelected.

    Today perhaps DJT's bones will be picked clean by the State of New York. What joy to see this horrible non-excuse for a human being potentially financially devastated - couldn't happen to a more deserving person. And to top it off, he may be banned from conducting business in New York - both the city and the state.

    I know it's very very very hard to have any faith whatsoever in the United States whatsoever, but I am hoping for maximum financial devastation for DJT in the name of warding off Authoritarian Dictatorship in a nation in which human life is not even worth socialized medicine. We all deserve better, even those who support DJT. Rob

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    It looks like he got the full penalty. I wonder a $350 million impact to Trump translates to us commoners with normal wealth, or lack of.
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    With no victims or injured parties involved, I wonder where the money goes?
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    At least some covers the reduced taxes he paid the state.

    Itís weird that republicans donít think laws need to be followed.

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    The desire to create such a vast amount of wealth, at least by appearances, and then cheat the laws to get more, is at the edge of my comprehension.
    "what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Mary Oliver

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1 View Post
    At least some covers the reduced taxes he paid the state.
    What reduced taxes were those?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    What reduced taxes were those?
    From lying about the property valuations to the tax man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1 View Post
    From lying about the property valuations to the tax man.
    Wasn't he charged with over valuating the various properties? Does over valuating somehow lower tax liability somewhere, anywhere?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    Wasn't he charged with over valuating the various properties? Does over valuating somehow lower tax liability somewhere, anywhere?
    If you keep three sets of books you can over, under, and accurately value everything all at the same time.

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    Michael cohen testified to that a long time ago.

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