U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton delivers an economic speech during a campaign stop in Toledo, Ohio, U.S., Oct. 3, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Hillary Clinton tore into Donald Trump's tax history, business acumen and trustworthiness Monday, as she sought to capitalize on news that the New York real estate mogul may not have paid federal taxes for years – one of several revelations that rattled the Republican presidential candidate's campaign.The back-to-back bad news piled on a week of Trump missteps and his increasingly aggressive personal attacks on Clinton.Ahead of the second debate next Sunday, Trump's campaign is searching for a way to rattle Clinton – while also getting control of its own message. Trump's taxes dominated the conversation.The filings show a net loss of $915,729,293 in federal taxable income for the year – losses of a magnitude that they might have allowed Trump to avoid paying taxes for years.His campaign said that Trump had paid "hundreds of millions" of dollars in other kinds of taxes over the years, and Trump supporters noted the story did not allege any illegal tax dodging.
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