Death & Taxes & Trump

Shallow Graves

“Mind if I play thru?”

It seems that after Ivana conveniently fell down the stairs just before the Crime Family was ordered to testify and burying ol’ Hole #1, er, having the groundskeepers dump , er, bury his first wife at his trash golf course and tossed a few mums on top —while Saudi’s money plays through, lest we forget and boy oh boy, per the W$J, “Tickets for the Saturday session were available on for as little as $1.”— Lord Damp Nut just gave himself three (3!) tax breaks:


Definitely tacky and sleazy, so, you know, TOTALLY in character. I have a hard time believing Ivana wanted to be planted there, but maybe the kids got the final say? It’s been reported that Ivana repaired their relationship and was even an informal advisor to Hair Füror in the campaign.

Ivana was married four times (and The Donald was #2), so Lord Damp Nut absolutely should not have a say in this.

Maybe an enterprising journalist might be tempted to investigate?

More tax info in this tweet if you want to check up on it.


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13 Responses to Death & Taxes & Trump

  1. purplehead says:

    Tom Heaney@tomheaney·11h
    Replying to @Out5p0ken
    He is going to need 11,780 plots to get over his crimes.

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  2. Martin Pollard says:

    Even for him, this is tacky and sleazy. I really have to stop thinking that there’s no way he could disgust me further, because he always finds a way (and a new low to sink to).

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  3. Jimmy T says:

    Something about death and taxes. In this case using a dead former wife for a tax break seems totally in character for TFG. Yes, he’s the very definition of despicable…

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  4. quakerenelbasement says:

    I got a shiny Roosevelt dime that says no one is buried in that hole. He just had the groundskeeper dig a hole and fill it up again and he slapped a grave marker on it.

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  5. Buttermilk Sky says:

    Albert Einstein wanted his ashes buried in a park in Israel. He was told that this would make the park a cemetery, meaning no one could use it as a park anymore, so he changed his instructions. Wouldn’t it be a shame if New Jersey had a law like that?

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  7. Sirius Lunacy says:

    This stunt may have been an attempt to evade taxes, but I’ll be very surprised if it actually works that way. The dictionary definition of the word dedicated includes the term “eclusively used for”. I can’t see how one grave on a golf course would qualify. If he can convince a good lawyer or two to waste their time on this (he’s not likely to pay them for it) they just might get a tax break for 100 square feet or so of land directly around the gravesite.


  8. Richard Portman says:

    All i have is a tired worn out old meme. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes. May she rest in peace.


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