No wonder the ex-president is standing by the dusty roadside in his little kiosk and MAGA hat selling his I’m-NOT-A Loser tee-shirts. Okay, maybe not that, but he is deep into his bag of schemes for pocket change. As usual, he is walking on the edge of fraud. He is suing Facebook, Google, and Twitter. And of course, there are his fundraising schemes, among others. So why is he manically doing this?
Now, the board at Trump Plaza New Rochelle, a 40-story luxury tower at 175 Huguenot Street in downtown New Rochelle, New York voted to leave Trump’s company’s management effective October 1. It is not a pretty breakup.
Vice President of Policy and Litigation with Common Cause Paul S Ryan says, according to The Milwaukee Independent:
‘Donald Trump is a one-man scam Pac. Our nation’s campaign finance and anti-fraud laws have proven no match for Trump’s schemes. So my one piece of advice for Trump supporters, is donor beware.’
The building posted a notice that read, according to The Patch::
‘[A]fter a comprehensive management search and due diligence process…Changing the building’s name is a separate issue from switching the management agent, and will be decided through a vote by unit owners, according to sources familiar with the matter, who noted that they expect a name change to receive broad support among unit owners.’
This was the second time within a month that the Trump Organization has lost business. Condo owners dumped the Trump name at the 35-story high Trump Tower located at City Center in White Plains, New York. This after his company had managed the building since it opened in 2005, The RealDeal reported.
The last Trump-branded complex is an active-adult community aka assisted living. It, too, appears to be readying to abandon ship.
The condo board of Trump Parc Stamford in Fairfield County, Connecticut, voted to take themselves away to the failed president, too, — unanimously. Others who have also done so are:
- ‘The owners or boards of at least five former Trump-branded buildings in New York City, including Trump Place at 120 Riverside Drive, voted to drop the name after Trump’s election in 2016.’
- ‘Even Trump Bay Street in Jersey City, a 50-story residential tower co-owned by Kushner Companies and KABR Group, has recently rebranded the luxury rental complex as simply 65 Bay Street.’
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