Trump’s tax returns: What’s the deal with the slag?
Donald Trump’s latest tax returns could shed light on the source of some of the slags thrown his way by former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
The Trump Organization filed its first quarterly report last month and it revealed some interesting tidbits.
It shows that Trump’s personal tax returns from the year 2001 are missing $6.3 million in income.
It also reveals that Trump had a net worth of $150 million.
The report does not include his charitable contributions.
Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.
The slags are from the company’s wine division and are made from grapes from the vineyards of Slaggar and Ruhr regions in the German state of Saxony.
Trump said he doesn’t drink wine and does not have any.
The company’s spokesperson, Alexander Buehler, said the slagged wine is used to flavor wines made by other wineries in Germany.
The spokesman said that the company doesn’t use slag in its wines.
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