In the New York Times‘ bombshell report on President Donald Trump and his tax returns, released Sunday, many shocking details were released. One part of the report described what Trump writes off as business expenses.
The Times wrote that “Mr. Trump classifies much of the spending on his personal lifestyle as the cost of business.” The most eccentric of personal lifestyle expenditures might be the total of $70,000 worth of hair cuts and hair styling while working on The Apprentice. Trump reportedly wrote these hair appointments off as “business expenses.”
Additional “business” expenses that are slightly suspect are the cost of Trump’s private aircraft, and a payment made to Ivanka Trump‘s hair and makeup artists that was nearly six figures.