Biden And Harris Release IRS Tax Returns Ahead Of Debate

Grant Boone
September 30, 2020

Mr Biden's campaign said the latest release means he has now released 22 years of tax records, covering years when he served in the Senate representing DE, as vice president and his time after he left the Obama administration.

And he arrives aided by The New York Times' publication of a report purporting to reveal the contents of Trump's deeply secret tax returns - finding that the self-proclaimed billionaire and champion of the working class avoids paying nearly all federal income taxes.

The Biden campaign also released the 2019 returns on Tuesday for Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen.

According to Biden's 2019 return, the former Vice President reported more than $900,000 in income and paid $288,000 in taxes.

Mrs. Biden teaches at Northern Virginia Community College.

Kamala Harris also released her 2019 tax returns on Tuesday, which showed that she and her husband, Doug Emhoff, paid about $1.2 million in taxes and had an adjusted gross income of about $3 million.

Trump flew into in Cleveland Tuesday afternoon ahead of the debate, with a senior official on Air Force One telling reporters: "He's ready to go".

So what do Biden's taxes show? But he later got most of that back via a $72.9 million federal tax fund.

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The official said Trump was bringing former NY mayor Rudy Giuliani - now a controversial lawyer for the president - and mixed martial arts fighter Colby Covington as guests.

In a statement released Tuesday, Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh claimed that Biden backed down from an agreement for an inspection.

He has called on the president to release his returns.

Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, arrives to board a plane to Cleveland for the first presidential debate against President Donald Trump.

"This is a historic level of transparency meant to give the American people faith once again that their leaders will look out for them and not their own bottom lines", Biden's deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield said.

It was a not-too-subtle dig at Trump's refusal - since his 2016 presidential campaign - to make public his personal income taxes.

The president has broken with decades of precedent for major-party presidential nominees in declining to release any of his tax returns.

The Times reported that Trump has, in fact, been under audit from the IRS for his request for a $72 million U.S. refund in 2010 by claiming a questionable $1.4 billion USA worth of losses in 2008 and 2009.

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