President of the United States Donald Trump has refused to disclose his tax information since his election campaign. Their disclosure has been called for in turn by prosecutors, politicians, citizens and NGOs, but Trump has maintained his position. He has argued that because the tax office has an investigation underway, he cannot disclose them. That argument is a full bunny, but it is not relevant now.

A New York Times revelation on Sunday shows why Trump has deviated from the line and kept his tax information secret. He has hardly paid any taxes. To be exact, Trump is a porn star Stephanie Cliffordille the $ 130,000 silent payment paid to alias Stormy Daniels is greater than the income taxes received by the tax office over 15 years.

– The difference between tax evasion and tax evasion is the thickness of the prison walls, the British former Treasury Secretary, known for his thick eyebrows and colorful language. Denis Healey stated at one time.

Stupidly it is, paying taxes if they can be avoided by legal means. Trump himself has declared himself smart because he does not pay income taxes, claiming that that money would be wasted as taxes.

Not to mention the NOW revelations, it must be said that the number of surprises seems to be relatively small in the United States. It’s mind-boggling how easy the whole pattern looks. Trump has made a loss there, another here, and the end result almost every year has been that no taxes have to be paid or the amount paid is less than the monthly income tax of a middle-income Finn.

Admittedly, in the mid-2000s, the real estate and reality TV mogul slipped and paid a total of about 70 million in taxes. Then the financial crisis hit and, thanks to a change in the law made by the then president, Trump ransacked $ 73 million in taxes – including interest – from the tax office.

Thank you, Obama.

The tax office’s statement, to which Trump often refers, relates precisely to the legality of this refund. Thus, according to NOW’s revelations, the man can expect a tax bill of nearly one hundred million bucks, and in addition, by the end of 2018, he had more than 400 million personal loans maturing within four years.

What does all this mean for the presidential election? Hardly anything at all. Those who consider Trump to be a villain and a scammer got more facts to further strengthen their opinion, but for his supporters, it is hardly instantaneous.

The fact that Trump may not be quite as successful a businessman as he has suggested does not change the perception of supporters that he is advancing their cause and what is good for the country. Of course, there may be someone among those who consider Trump to be a tough economist – the majority of the people think he manages the country’s economy well – who are reconsidering their beliefs in light of this information.

Besides, since the documents have not been officially made public, it is easy for Trump to disclose misinformation to the public and accuse NOW of false news. That’s what he’s already done, and at the head of his main voice, Fox News ’main story, was denying Trump and underlining that NOW hasn’t released the papers – because of source protection – as such.

As Trump himself has said, he could shoot a man in the middle of a clear day on New York’s 5th Avenue without his support going down.

Nor does it count with these revelations.

What is most interesting is to see if the difference in Trump’s tax trick from a year or five years from now to the present is the thickness of the walls mentioned by Healey.