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The bad news keeps coming for Donald Trump.
The Donald recently bought an 800-acre golf course in Sterling and then boasted to the Washington Post that the place would be “the finest club anywhere in the country” when he was done with it.
Then, a week later, one of the casino operations he founded filed for bankruptcy. Now, there’s trouble out west. Turns out 75 percent of the condo buyers for Trump’s ridiculously gilded Trump International Hotel & Tower Las Vegas have failed to close contracts.
Not to worry, Trump told the Wall Street Journal: We’re just going to restructure the loan we got here, use the building as a hotel, and everything will be A-Okay. Meanwhile, the lender, Hypo Real Estate Holding AG, didn’t return the newspaper’s calls.
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