It would have been interesting ask Trump about his $21 million land conservation easement on his PA property. He doesn't (???) take money from foreign countries but he sure enjoys all the freebies he gets right here in the USA including that $96,000 per dose of Regeneron that his buddy manufactures.
Wealthy investors seem to be exploiting land-conservation tax breaks, and the Senate is taking notice.
Syndicated conservation easements — tax breaks granted to protect undeveloped land — have become increasingly common over the last decade, but they are attracting increasing scrutiny from lawmakers and the IRS as a means for the wealthy to avoid paying their appropriate share of taxes.