Trump's Tax Returns Show No Russian Income, 'With A Few Exceptions'

President Trump's attorneys say the only income he's received from Russian sources in the past 10 years came from three different places.
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Trump's Tax Returns Show No Russian Income, 'With A Few Exceptions'

President Donald Trump's attorneys say his tax returns don't show "any income of any type from Russian sources" — "with a few exceptions."

That's according to a letter from Trump's tax lawyers at Morgan Lewis. The message is dated March 8, but it was released to the public Friday.

Those "few exceptions" the letter mentions? Trump's attorneys say the only income he received from Russian sources in the past 10 years came from three different places.

First, Trump raked in some cash from the 2013 Miss Universe Pageant, held near Moscow.

He also sold a Palm Beach estate to a Russian businessman in 2008.

And over the years, his company sold condos, hotel rooms and golf games to Russians.

Trump's lawyers said they reviewed his tax returns for the past decade. But they didn't release those returns or any other related documents, so there's currently no way to independently verify the claims.