The Times report relies on tens of thousands of documents and names individuals and businesses who aided the Trump family in the alleged deception, detailing how the family paid what amounted to a 5% tax rate on the transfer of over $1 billion in wealth through the 1990s. Trump called the report “boring” and “long-told,” but didn’t deny the facts; the White House said that “the [Internal Revenue Service] reviewed and signed off on these transactions.”

Could America’s state and national coffers get back any of the millions that the Trump family allegedly owes?

Probably not, and maybe the rest of us should follow suit?