Warren Buffett ask Donald Trump to discuss tax returns at Hillary Clinton Rally in Nebraska
Warren Buffett on Donald Trump at Hillary Clinton Rally in Nebraska: Mr. Warren Buffett appeared at a rally with Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, in his hometown, Omaha. And talked lot about Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump.
A monkey throwing darts to pick stocks would have made a 150% profit during the decade-long run when Donald Trump’s company, Trump Entertainment Resorts, lost 90 cents on the US dollar, the multi billionaire Warren Buffett said at a Hillary Clinton campaign event Monday in Omaha, Nebraska.
Buffett, a widely followed investor who is chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, scorned Trump’s 1995 move to list Trump hotels and casino resorts on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), saying it lost money for the next decade and that “a monkey” would have outperformed Trump’s company.
"I will bring my tax return. He can bring his tax return. Just let people ask us questions about items on there," Buffett said in his introduction of Hillary Clinton at an Omaha rally.
The billionaire from Omaha said he's willing to meet Republican presidential nominee Trump anywhere and anytime before Election Day to let the public inquire about their tax filings. Tax returns reveal a lot more about a person's financial statements do, Warren Buffett on Donald Trump.
After this statement of Warren Buffet on Donald Trump, Trump’s Answer:
“I don’t care much about Warren Buffett,” Trump said on the FOX Business television network Tuesday morning, a day after Buffett smash out at Trump in a speech at a campaign rally for Hillary Clinton.
“I had great timing. I got out,” after seven years, he told FOX Business on Tuesday. “I took a lot of money out of Atlantic City, which is what I’m supposed to do. I’m a businessperson.”
Trump said he “did well in the good times in Atlantic City, but then times started going very bad.”