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Buffett: "A whole lot" can be learned about Trump with his tax returns


Attending a campaign rally with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Omaha, investor Warren Buffett challenges Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to exchange tax returns and answer questions. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Added on the 02/08/2016 00:29:02 - Copyright : Reuters EN

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