The Real Trump

These are stories from over the years about the real Donald Trump.

CHINA

GENERAL

BANKRUPTCIES

Washington Post -  Trump’s Taj Mahal opened in April 1990 in Atlantic City, but six months later, “defaulted on interest payments to bondholders as his finances went into a tailspin,” The Washington Post’s Robert O’Harrow found. In July 1991, Trump’s Taj Mahal filed for bankruptcy. He could not keep up with debts on two other Atlantic City casinos, and those two properties declared bankruptcy in 1992. A fourth property, the Plaza Hotel in New York, declared bankruptcy in 1992 after amassing debt. PolitiFact uncovered two more bankruptcies filed after 1992, totaling six. Trump Hotels and Casinos Resorts filed for bankruptcy again in 2004, after accruing about $1.8 billion in debt. Trump Entertainment Resorts also declared bankruptcy in 2009, after being hit hard during the 2008 recession.

BUSINESSES

Donald Trump's Net Worth Fell by a Third During His Presidency |
Donald Trump Has Stake In Hydroxychloroquine Drugmaker: Report

Trump Has More Than 2,500 Conflicts of Interest and Counting, Watchdog Finds

In 1980s, Trump banned Christmas decorations to harass elderly tenants

His first real estate project resulted in a Justice Department accusation of discrimination against blacks. An agreement was reached between Trump and the DOJ.

Trump involved in 3500 law suits including non payment claims. Of the 3,500 suits, Trump or one of his companies were plaintiffs in 1,900; defendants in 1,450; and bankruptcy, third party, or other in 150. Trump was named in at least 169 suits in federal court.

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

COST

ECONOMICS

 FAMILY

IMMIGRATION

LABOR

LIES ETC

Washington Post counts 30,573 false or misleading claims in four years by Trump
30 broken Trump promises

Trump was a fraud on 'Apprentice,' too
  

LIFESTYLE

 TRUMP MOB

 TRUMP AND THE LAW

 11 Trump associates have now been charged with crimes
Trump regime losing badly in federal court

Trump's 3500 lawsuit
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It's a crime to threaten witnesses such as Michael Cohen

Trump's rotten judicial appointments
 
Mueller has uncovered $48 million in tax evasion

Watchdog groups say Trump and NRA illegally coordinated during campaign

Word: Trump and money laundering

Trump forced staffers to sign unconstitutional non-disclosure pacts

Trump tax return admits self-dealing
Trump loses all of his libel suits

Trump's companies have destroyed thousands of emails in defiance of court orders
Trump's hotel opening was illegal

POLITICS

Trump told chief of staff Hitler ‘did a lot of good things’, book says
Trump used words
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ike 'invasion' and 'killer' to discuss immigrants at rallies 500 times since 2017

Trump's ex-wife said he had a book of Hitler speeches near his bed

PRESIDENCY  

REAL ESTATE

RUSSIA

 SCIENCE

TRUMP UNIVERSITY

 WOMEN  

YOUTH

 


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