Ordinary people react to report on President Trump’s alleged $750 income tax

Ordinary people react to report on President Trump’s alleged $750 income tax

- A recent report about President Donald Trump’s income tax is causing a huge buzz on social media

- The US president has denied committing any infractions in his tax payments

- Trump hopes his tax returns will vindicate him when it is published by the IRS

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Huge reactions have continued to trail the report by the New York Times that President Donald Trump only paid $750 in income tax in 2016 and 2017.

The US president has described the report as total fake news, insisting that he has always paid his tax as required by law.

President Trump said people will see that he pays his tax when his tax returns are published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

But the response by Trump has not stopped the angry responses by people on Twitter who claimed that they have been paying more income tax than the president.

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People are sharing how they paid more income tax than President Trump reportedly did
President Donald Trump insisted that he pays his tax. Photo credits: Getty Images
Source: Getty Images

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Below are some people who said they have paid more in income tax than $750 in a year.

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In another news report, reactions are trailing President Trump's announcement of its reported third Nobel Peace Prize nomination.

The president of the United States made the announcement via Twitter on Tuesday, September 29.

Trump's first nomination was in 2018 by Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a Norwegian politician for his efforts to bring reconciliation to North and South Korea.

The US president's second nomination for the 2021 prize was also by Tybring-Gjedde, citing the president's role in the recent peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Meanwhile, ahead of the November 2020 presidential election in the US, President Trump and his siblings are facing a lawsuit courtesy of his niece, Mary Trump.

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Mary accused the US president of committing fraud in an attempt to deprive her of millions of dollars associated with the family’s real estate empire.

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