The Wall Street Journal: Report on Trump taxes raises questions about candidate’s finances

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Pennsylvania on Oct. 1, 2016.

The portions of Donald Trump’s tax records that became public this weekend fill in pieces of the puzzle of his financial dealings but open renewed questions about how successful he is and how much tax he has paid while accumulating his fortune.

The state tax documents from 1995, published by the New York Times, show that the Republican presidential nominee reported a $916 million loss that year, letting him soak up years of future income without paying taxes. The documents raise questions about how exactly Mr.

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