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NY Times Reports Pres. Trump Had Pursued Projects In China

Newsy Wednesday, 21 October 2020
NY Times Reports Pres. Trump Had Pursued Projects In ChinaWatch VideoPresident Trump pursued projects in China for nearly a decade before winning the White House, even operating an office there during his first presidential run.

That's according to the New York Times, which also says President Trump still has a Chinese bank account — one of three outside the U.S.

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News video: Trump Reportedly Has a Bank Account in China and Pays Taxes There

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According to 'The New York Times,' the president's tax records indicate that he has had prominent business projects in China for years.

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