‘What Was the Quid and the Quo?’ A RadPod Christmas Breaker with Martin Sheil
Retired IRS criminal investigator Martin Sheil breaks down bombshell developments about Trump’s tax returns
“With regard to Trump’s taxes, where do you begin?” said Martin Sheil, RadPod’s financial correspondent, on a breaking news segment with me and HiFi. “You have to begin with the Congressional Committee summary report.”
Sheil is looking forward to getting granular when he sees the actual tax return documents, but he said there are enough bombshells in the summary report to expose Trump’s financial vulnerabilities as the national security threat a gal like I has been reporting on for six years.
“The summary reflects massive multimillion dollar losses in the years just prior to 2016, so the first question that has to be asked, ‘Are those massive losses (NOLs) legitimate?” Sheil queried. “If his business was losing money hand over fist, he was clearly no business wizard as he was representing himself as on the campaign trail. But it also represents, to me, a really large vulnerability that could be exploited by some of our major adversaries… I’m talking Russian and China.”
He said the extreme financial vulnerabilities - like owing about half a billion dollars to Deutsche Bank - is more critical to national security than any so-called pee tape.
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