Trump Busted Secretly Selling Millions In Real Estate In First Year Of Presidency (DETAILS)

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After being elected president of the United States, Donald Trump said he would distance himself from his businesses “in total,” yet his first year in the White House Trump’s companies have sold $35 million in real estate to a number of secretive buyers.

In Las Vegas, the Trump Organization sold 41 luxury condos during 2017, with one going for $1.6 million. Other properties around the country also sold.

According to USA Today, an attorney, real estate investors, and a neurosurgeon were just a few of the clients who bought properties using limited liability companies, allowing them to obscure their identities.

Donald Trump during Donald Trump New York City Press Launch For Latest Venture Trump Mortgage LLC at Trump Tower in New York City, New York, United States. (Photo by Jemal Countess/WireImage/Getty Images)

Those using shell companies to obtain Trump properties has increased exponentially since Trump officially stepped into the political arena. Prior to Donald Trump getting Republican nomination in 2016, buyers with only used the shell company tactic 4 percent of the time when purchasing property through the Trump Organization, 2017 saw the use of that tactic increase to 70 percent.

After his election Trump promised on Twitter to place his business interests into a blind trust that his two oldest son’s would manage.

On December 12 the former reality tv star tweeted about the subject again, adding:

You can see the CBS segment in the video below:

Many people believe that despite Trump’s promise, which is only as good as his word and that’s not worth much, he hasn’t done what needs to be done in order to eliminate conflicts of interest.

Last month a Judge dismissed a liberal watchdog group’s lawsuit. The suit claimed that the president was in violation of the emoluments clause of the Constitution, because he continues to benefit from his businesses while serving as the president of the United States.

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES – 1989: Real estate tycoon Donald Trump poised in Trump Tower atrium. (Photo by Ted Thai/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

Despite being a horrendous president, who will go down in history for his lack of general knowledge, thin skin, and bullying ways, Donald Trump has always had a knack for business, specifically real estate. In the video below Trump’s wealth, successes, and failures are explained:

Below are some of the top reactions to Trump companies hefty profit during the president’s first year in office from Twitter:

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