LIfelong New York resident Donald Trump officially moves to Florida in order to avoid paying taxes.

By |2019-11-01T06:14:43-08:00November 1st, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |13 Comments

I’m sorry, the head of the government which relies on tax money to function, is moving to avoid paying his fair share of tax money?

Courtesy of NYT:

In late September, Mr. Trump changed his primary residence from Manhattan to Palm Beach, Fla., according to documents filed with the Palm Beach County Circuit Court. Melania Trump, the first lady, also changed her residence to Palm Beach in an identical document.

Each of the Trumps filed a “declaration of domicile” saying that the Mar-a-Lago Club, Mr. Trump’s resort in Palm Beach, will be their permanent residence.

The president confirmed the decision on Twitter after The New York Times reported on the move, saying that he would “be making Palm Beach, Florida, our Permanent Residence.”

“I cherish New York, and the people of New York,” he added, “and always will.”

But he didn’t have much nice to say about the public officials of New York.

“I have been treated very badly by the political leaders of both the city and state. Few have been treated worse,” he said, describing his decision as the “best for all concerned.”

In response to that the Govenor of New York tweeted this:

According to sources Trump made the move primarily for tax reasons as Florida has no income or inheritance tax. 

However it should also be noted that Trump is currently battling a subpoena from a Manhattan district attorney for eight years of his tax returns. 

Moving to Florida will have no impact on that case, but who knows if Trump realizes that? 

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  1. Anonymous November 1, 2019 at 7:21 am

    Doesn’t NY have property taxes? If he still owns his trashy apt in NYC he will owe taxes on that, not that he pays them.

    I Love Cuomo’s response.

    • OK November 1, 2019 at 2:23 pm

      “The signal that Trump fears the New York tax inquiries began when Maggie Haberman, a White House correspondent for The New York Times, asked the reasons that more than a month ago Trump quietly filed a declaration that Mar-a-Lago is his primary residence. He ran for office using 721 Fifth Avenue, the address of Trump Tower in Manhattan.

      There is no verifiable evidence that Trump pays any income taxes in New York, only property taxes. Making Florida his residence will not save Trump from any tax civil lawsuits, criminal charges or from paying past taxes he owes in New York”

  2. $BM November 1, 2019 at 7:29 am

    1991>”No licenses would have meant no casinos would have meant less collateral for the banks as Trump tried to dig out from under billions of dollars of debt.
    And the regulators had overwhelming reason to question his financial stature and overall fitness to continue…$’O’
    Why did five professionals with a combined decade and a half of experience on the commission, attorneys, former state lawmakers, ex-judges and judges-to-be, a World War II veteran, a co-author of the Casino Control Act this entity was created to enforce, discount the mountains of evidence before them and vote above all to let Trump go on?
    “We had the ability, which we utilized, to inject ourselves into the situation and control what we needed to control … and because we had the ability to do that, and because we chose to do that, we were able to avoid having to do what arguably we could have done, which was to pull the plug,” Perskie told me this week.
    “It wasn’t about saving Trump,” “It was about preserving the public interest.” – “What they saw in the vote of the casino regulators was a version of the decision made also by Trump’s lenders from a cluster of banks, who cut him slack and lengthened his leash not in spite of but in many ways because of his massive debts.
    “He was just too big,” “He was too big to fail,” ““He was the star of Atlantic City, and it became like regulatory capture”—a term that refers to instances in which a governmental body kowtows to a dominant interest in an industry it’s assigned to regulate.” “To all of a sudden cut him down would have forced questions about the manner in which for years they so reliably had built him up.”
    ” it was the ‘90s, actually, when he incorporated into his repertoire an uncanny ability that would be no less key. $urvival. From his marital infidelities to his iffy fiscal picture, the first half of the decade was for Trump a rolling borderline catastrophe—and yet what he ended up internalizing was a sense of his own invulnerability. In no other span did he learn so much in so concentrated a fashion about what he could get away with and how.” ” Riding high, he was licensed for a third casino, even after Armstrong called his bid
    “laced with hyperbole, contradictions and generalities.” “He’s Ba-ack,” Business Week said of Trump in 1992.”
    $’O’>Trump>“I think I learned a lot by coming close to the edge,” he told the New York Daily News in 1996.
    About himself. “I was able to react really well under pressure,” he told Agence France-Presse, “because you’re talking about potentially losing everything.”
    About the press. “As nasty as the press can be,” he told Vanity Fair, “they know that once they’ve cut you down, the best story is to build you back up.”
    “Trump got out after the last of his five casino bankruptcies in 2009.”$’O’ Trump>
    “Down the Trump Tower escalator he came.”- “Je$u$, fast-forward to today,”>
    “It’s exactly the same core modus operandi, with the way he operates and the way people in authority, people who have a responsibility to make sure laws are properly carried out, whether it be taxing authorities, regulatory authorities, Congress, whatever it might be, you know—just unwilling, or unable, or just fail to properly hold him to account.”
    “He needs to be held accountable for his actions.” “My perspective from a great distance is that the regulators today have a more black-and-white situation. They have to decide whether conduct does or does not constitute an impeachable standard. They’re going to say yes or they’re going to say no. They can’t say maybe.”
    ” if they think they’ve seen the worst, they’re wrong,””

    • Anon November 1, 2019 at 8:19 am

      Rep. Collin Peterson, is one of the last of a breed of ‘Blue Dog’ Democrats who have challenged the party’s increasingly liberal bent. He and New Jersey Rep. Jeff Van Drew, the other Democrat in opposition, each hold swing districts that Trump carried in the 2016 election.

      He represents a rural Minnesota district that Donald Trump carried Peterson’s district by over 30 points. Peterson carried it with 52 per cent of the vote.

      He is a fiscal conservative who sometimes votes against party leaders on guns and abortion.

      NOTE>Also voting ‘no’ was Jeff Van Drew, who represents parts of southern New Jersey including Atlantic City and suburbs outside Wilmington. He is a former New Jersey state lawmaker who also served on town boards and commissions.

  3. Anonymous November 1, 2019 at 7:30 am

    Now is he going to charge the taxpayers to fix up the dump called Mar a Lago?

  4. Anonymous November 1, 2019 at 9:22 am

    Income is taxed in the state that it’s earned in, so unless he totally divests in New York (which he won’t), he’s not getting out of paying income and property taxes there.

  5. The Barbarian November 1, 2019 at 9:56 am

    FB>”Today’s letter to Dolt 45:
    Dear President Trump,
    I hear that you’re planning a photo op with Conan, the military dog who took part in the killing of Baghdadi. I hope he pees on your leg. We all know that you’re into that kind of thing, at least with Russian prostitutes. But this time we’ll get to see the video.
    Feeling snarky today,”

  6. Diane November 1, 2019 at 10:28 am

    68 % of NY city residents voted for Clinton instead on lifelong resident Trump.
    They know how corrupt his was/is.
    He will not be missed.

  7. Anonymous November 1, 2019 at 10:40 am

    Since he feels he’s being treated unfairly, why doesn’t he resign and move to Mother Russia? It would be “best for all concerned”.

  8. Anonymous November 1, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    For someone that doesn’t pay any taxes to begin with he sure does whine a lot and I am tired of hearing about it. Not all of us can afford to keep two sets of books, one with the fake numbers to give to the IRS and one with the real numbers which is hidden.

  9. anonymous November 1, 2019 at 2:27 pm

    CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, the governor’s brother, has said he views “Fredo” to be an ethnic slur against the family’s Italian heritage.

  10. anonymous November 1, 2019 at 2:42 pm

    The reality is that Trump is making a series of financial panic moves which suggest that he’s gone broke and he’s in financial collapse.

  11. Anonymous November 1, 2019 at 2:45 pm

    The senior White House lawyer who placed a record of President Donald Trump’s July 25 call with Ukraine’s president in a top-secret system also instructed at least one official who heard the call not to tell anyone about it, according to testimony heard by House impeachment investigators this week.

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