YUGE! Someone at Trump Towers sent the New York Times his taxes…

Everyone is freaking out at the yuge scoop the New York Times just got:

Apparently he claimed nearly one BILLION in losses one year, and that would have let him pay no taxes for 18 years. Of course he’s going to say not paying anything is just smart. Now think about all the taxes YOU paid over 18 years.

Anyway, the other juicy tidbit from the story, is how they came upon the info:

The documents consisted of three pages from what appeared to be Mr. Trump’s 1995 tax returns. The pages were mailed last month to Susanne Craig, a reporter at The Times who has written about Mr. Trump’s finances. The documents were the first page of a New York State resident income tax return, the first page of a New Jersey nonresident tax return and the first page of a Connecticut nonresident tax return. Each page bore the names and Social Security numbers of Mr. Trump and Marla Maples, his wife at the time. Only the New Jersey form had what appeared to be their signatures.

The three documents arrived by mail at The Times with a postmark indicating they had been sent from New York City. The return address claimed the envelope had been sent from Trump Tower.



Boom.

And probably the only more paranoid person on Earth than Hillary Clinton is Donald J. Trump.

Let the games begin…

Read the entire story at the New York Times. 

UPDATE!! The Trump campaign has responded:

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