New York Times accuses FedEx of not paying taxes. FedEx’s response is priceless.

New York Times accuses FedEx of not paying taxes. FedEx’s response is priceless.

[Ed. – Pot, meet kettle.]

The New York Times accused FedEx on Sunday of essentially having lobbied President Donald Trump to sign tax cuts into law with the promise of businesses using the saved money to reinvest in and further grow their companies, and then failing to invest the billions of dollars that it reportedly saved as a result of the tax cuts.

Late on Sunday, FedEx CEO Frederick Smith responded to The New York Times’ story by calling it factually incorrect … and challenging the publisher of The New York Times to a debate on tax policy.

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“The New York Times published a distorted and factually incorrect story on the front page of the Sunday, November 17 edition. … [T]he truth is … that unlike FedEx, the New York Times paid zero federal income tax in 2017 on earnings of $111 million. …

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