Donald Trump once lost $900 million in just 2 years [2009 and 2010], one of his accountants said
- Donald Trump reported a $900 million loss over 2009 and 2010, one of his accountants testified, per Bloomberg.
- Donald Bender also said the Trump Organization reported yearly losses from 2009 to 2018, per ABC.
- Trump himself is not a defendant in the tax-fraud case against his eponymous company.
Former President Donald Trump reported a $900 million operating loss in just two years, one of his accountants told a jury at the tax-fraud trial against the Trump Organization, per Bloomberg.
Donald Bender, who worked on the company’s taxes for 35 years, testified Tuesday [Nov. 22] that Trump had almost $700 million in losses on his personal tax returns in 2009 and $200 million in 2010, the publication reported. Bender was the first defense witness to testify in the trial.
He also said that the Trump Organization reported losses each year between 2009 and 2018, per ABC.
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