Documents show the president’s company reported different numbers — higher ones to lenders, lower ones to tax officials — for Trump’s signature building. Last month, ProPublica revealed a similar pattern in two other Trump buildings.
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have proposed wealth taxes on the biggest fortunes in America. The White House and lots of billionaires are attacking them for it. But guess what: You'll be surprised who supports it.
Highly stylized output of models that assume supply-constraints on growth are the norm, and which are presented as effects on “growth” and “jobs” with no further context are notably unuseful, and often actively misleading in today’s policy debates.