Trump is a hustler and has been for years. Bankruptcies, cheated investors, con game Trump academy or college or whatever he was calling it. and all the rest of it. The con game is still going except this is the end of the line for Trump. In this campaign he will be exposed like never before basically because no one had reason to care before. Its over for trump and the Reps that picked him. Get used to it (like you have a choice :)
Trump dumps on investors and they loss millions and then he tries conning more investors and they get screwed. He has been doing this for decades because there is a sucker born everyday on Wall and Madison Streets and quite a few on Main Street if you're Republican. He won't show his tax return because it would reveal his fraud game as all smoke and mirrors. How much cash does this guy have? Probably like 10% of what he wants America to believe. Reps love to be conned everyday. That 10% likely came from his daddy's inheritance. Trump never got this much scrutiny before because no one was interested but when you run for office - watch out - there are no hiding places. It can be like flushing a sewer system....you never know until it all comes flooding out. Trump isn't much of a guy you'd want to hang around with but this is going to be a fun/entertaining campaign with Hillary getting a landslide when its over - its going to be a laugh all the /way.
Final Fall of Humpty Dumpty Trump......you Reps can really pick-em.....lol
Trump Entertainment Resorts, which was composed of three Trump-owned casinos, all in Atlantic City, filed for bankruptcy for the fourth time in 2014.
In 1988, Trump bought the Eastern Air Shuttle. The company never turned a profit and the high debt forced him to default on his loans.
Trump launched an eponymous magazine in 2007. A year and a half after the launch, the magazine ceased publication.
In 2005, Trump opened the non-accredited, for-profit Trump University. In 2010 students sued the university for offering classes that amounted to just extended infomercials. In 2013, the New York Attorney General sued Trump and the “university” for $40 million for defrauding students.
In 2006, Trump launched a mortgage company. The Donald had high hopes for the company On CNBC he asked, “Who knows more about financing than me?." Trump Mortgage shut down within a year and a half in part because Trump selected E.J. Ridings, a man who claimed to be a top executive at a prestigious investment bank, but had actually only worked on Wall Street as a registered broker for six days, to run the company.
Trump was featured on the June 2007 cover of the Sharper Image catalogue hunched over a platter of meat to kick off his line of premium steaks that he dubbed the “world’s greatest.” The company has since been discontinued—maybe it had something to do with the Trump Steakhouse in Las Vegas being closed down in 2012 for 51 health code violations, including serving five-month old duck.
Trump unveiled his own vodka line in 2006 paired with the characteristic slogan “Success Distilled.” Advertising for the product claimed that the vodka would “demand the same respect and inspire the same awe as the international legacy and brand of Trump himself.” Trump had high hopes for his liquor brand, predicting that the T&T (Trump and Tonic) would become the most ordered drink in the country and stating on Larry King Live that he got into the vodka business to outdo “his friends” at Grey Goose. The company stopped production in 2011, reportedly due to a lack of interest. Less