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HA: Trump Paid A Higher Percentage of Income Tax Than Bernie Sanders (And Mitt Romney)

Well, at least we got some amusing news out of Tuesday night's flop of a story from Rachel Maddow: Trump paid a higher percentage of his income in taxes in 2005 than Mitt Romney did in 2011 and Bernie Sanders did in 2014. In 2005, Trump paid 25 percent of his income in taxes, compared to Sanders' 13.5 percent in 2014.

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Other than that, Maddow's big "scoop" turned out to be essentially nothing of value.

BONUS: Well, you could also say that Geraldo Rivera had a big night, too:

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