Lawyers: Trump had no Russia income for 10 years, with exceptions

Lawyers for President Trump said Friday that a review of his last 10 years of tax returns did not reflect “any income of any type from Russian sources.”

But there were a few exceptions.

The letter included exceptions related to previously cited income generated from a beauty pageant and the sale of a Florida estate. The lawyers, who work for a company that received an award for “Russia Law Firm of the Year” in 2016, offered no supporting documents to back the claims made in the letter.

The letter said Trump’s last 10 years of tax returns don’t reflect equity investments by Russians in entities controlled by Trump or debt owed by Trump to Russian lenders.

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Trump’s lawyers offered no documents to back up the claims in the letter.


Trump has refused to make his tax returns public.

With News Wire Services

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