Donald Trump Goes SILENT After Newsweek Proves Trump LIED About College Degree (DETAILS)

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Let’s be clear about something, all politicians stretch the truth, but Donald Trump breaks it into a million different pieces and then scatters those pieces to the winds. A lot of those lies center around his businesses. Trump claims he is a great businessman, but he really isn’t and Newsweek’s Kurt Eichenwald, who has spent an extensive amount of time covering Trump, can prove it. On Eichenwald’s Twitter feed, you’ll find a list of everything he has uncovered over the course of his investigation into Trump’s past, but this article will focus solely on Trump’s business ventures.

Let’s start at the beginning of Trump’s career. The President-Elect claims his father gave him a “small loan” which he turned into a multi-billionaire dollar real-estate empire. But that simply isn’t true. For starters, Trump’s father loaned him more than $10 million dollars and his early business ventures were all failures.

FIRST PROJECT, GIVEN TO HIM BY HIS DAD, LOST MONEY, ACCORDING TO STATE RECORDS. TRUMP HAS PUBLICLY LIED THAT IT MADE MONEY.’

TRUMP’S SECOND PROJECT WAS A BROADWAY SHOW. IT BOMBED, CLOSING AFTER 96 PERFORMANCES. HE LOST HIS INVESTMENT.

‘TRUMP’S CLAIM THAT HIS DAD GAVE HIM ONLY $1 M IS A LIE. HIS TRUST FUND WAS $1 MILL. DAD GAVE $10.4 M FOR A BOGUS CONSULTANT JOB… GUARANTEED $70 M LOAN, GOT HIM $35M CREDIT LINE, LAUNDERED $3.35M 2 DON IN ILLEGAL CASINO DEAL, LOANED $7.5M MORE (NEVER REPAID.)’

It can be hard to get started. Maybe Trump just needed time to find his business sense. Unfortunately for his investors, Trump still hasn’t found it, as numerous Trump businesses have gone under.

‘LIST OF TRUMP FAILURES: TRUMPMORTGAGE, TRUMPFINANCIAL, TRUMP HOTELS & CASINO RESORTS, TRUMP SHUTTLE,

TRUMP VODKA, TRUMP STEAKS, TRUMP TAJ, TRUMP CASTLE, TRUMP PLAZA, TRUMP DUBAI, TRUMP UNIVERSITY, TRUMP TORONTO, TRUMP HOLLYWOOD…

I COULD GO ON MANY MORE TWEETS LISTING TRUMP’S BUSINESS FAILURES. IT’D BE EASIER TO LIST THE TRUMP BUSINESSES THAT HAVEN’T FAILED.’

Then again, maybe we shouldn’t be too surprised to learn that Trump isn’t a very good businessman. Most, though certainly not all, successful CEOs eventually earn their MBA, but Trump, despite what he claims, never has. He frequently talks about his degree from Wharton, but Trump never attended Wharton. He does have a BA in economics, but he did not earn that at Wharton.

Not only are Trump’s business practices largely unsuccessful, they also fly in the face of his “America First” message:

‘TRUMP CALLS FOR RETURN TO AMERICAN STEEL. YET HE SECRETLY USED CHINESE STEEL ON HIS LAST 2 DEVELOPMENTS PROJECTS 2 INCREASE HIS PROFITS’

‘TRUMP HAS SAID HE HAS BEEN FORCED TO USE CHINA TO MANUFACTURE HIS CLOTHING LINE BECAUSE NO ONE MAKES SUCH THINGS IN USA. THAT’S A LIE.’

In some cases, Trump’s business practices were even illegal. He bought building materials from companies with ties to organized crime and even violated the Cuban embargo:

‘TRUMP OPTED OUT OF USING STEEL ON MANY BUILDINGS, INSTEAD PURCHASING CONCRETE FROM BUSINESSES CONTROLLED BY GENOVESE CRIME FAMILY.’

‘IN 1999, TRUMP’S COMPANY SECRETLY VIOLATED CUBAN EMBARGO. MONTHS LATER, IN 1ST RUN FOR PRESIDENT, TRUMP SAID HE NEVER WOULD.’

‘TRUMP OFFICIALS WERE ADVISED TO HIDE THE PAYMENTS SPENT IN VIOLATION OF CUBAN EMBARGO AS BEING RELATED TO CHARITY WORK.’

In summary, Trump’s talk of being a great businessman, like his promises to “drain the swamp,” appear to be little more than talk. If Trump lacks any real business sense then what is he bringing to the White House aside from a cabinet of billionaires?

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