Donald Trump: Incompetent - Irresponsible - Insecure - Illiterate - Irrelevant - Ignominious
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Subject: FAILED BUSINESSMAN
Surprise: Trump had millions in undisclosed debt while president, and he probably would a second time around too
Dec 5 2022 Bess Levin. Vanity Fair.
Donald Trump reported losses of nearly $1 billion over 2-year period, accountant says
Nov 23 2022 Aaron Katersky. ABC.
Trump's Fundraising Machine Is Barely Covering His Expenses
Oct 20 2022 Roger Sollenberger. Daily Beast.
The Totally Dodgy Backstory of the Bank that Just Refinanced Trump Tower
Mar 13 2022 Tom Dickinson, Andy Kroll. Rolling Stone.
Bye Bye, Trump Hotel
Nov 14 2021 Stephanie Mencimer. Mother Jones.
A Requiem for Donald Trump's Grift Factory
Oct 14 2021 Matt Ford. The New Republic.
Trump company in late-stage talks to sell DC hotel: report
Oct 12 2021 Joseph Choi. The Hill.
Trump Hotel lost more than $70M during presidency, say documents
Oct 8 2021 Mike Lillis. The Hill.
Trump hasn't been a good businessman for years. His fall from the Forbes rich list just confirms it
Oct 6 2021 Allan Sloan. Washington Post.
Trump hid revenue loss, foreign payments, loan shenanigans, more on D.C. house panel says
Oct 8 2021 Rebekah Sager. Daily Kos.
Trump DC hotel incurred more than $70 million in losses while Trump was president, documents show
Oct 8 2021 Katelyn Polantz, Veronica Stracqualursi. CNN.
Trump's D.C. hotel made millions from foreign governments but still struggled, federal documents show
Oct 8 2021 Jonathan O'connell, David A. Fahrenthold. Washington Post.
Debt for Trump's business estimated at $1.3 billion: report
Oct 7 2021 Monique Beals. The Hill.
Trump falls off Forbes list of America's richest people
Oct 5 2021 Lexi Lonas. The Hill.
Donald Trump Falls Off The Forbes 400 For First Time In 25 Years
Oct 5 2021 Dan Alexander. Forbes.
Trump hotels have been dropped by a major luxury travel agency network
Mar 23 2021 Hannah Sampson, David A. Fahrenthold. Washington Post.
Debt cloud hangs over Trump post-presidency
Jan 17 2021 Sylvan Lane. The Hill.
$421 Million in Debt: Trump Calls It `a Peanut,' but Challenges Lie Ahead
Oct 16 2020 Russ Buettner, Susanne Craig. New York Times.