Trump Took Huge Financial Hit
If you had any doubts that President Trump sacrificed his personal life for the good of the nation, think again. Not only did Trump work for free, donating his $400,000 yearly salary to charity and government programs, his personal wealth took a major hit.
Like many American business owners in COVID America, Trump’s business empire suffered huge financial losses, but we’re just now getting to understand the scope of the setback following financial disclosure forms he filed before leaving office. As the pandemic forced numerous closures and kept customers home, Trump’s hotels, resorts and other properties suffered a whopping $120 million loss in the past year. His high-end properties alone were hit the hardest where he least could afford it. Trump Hotel International Hotel in Washington, D.C., which has an outstanding loan of $170 million, absorbed a revenue drop of more than 60 percent, while his Doral Resort in Miami saw a 44 percent dip.
And rest assured that the Left is primed to inflict more pain on Trump. Says Martin Brodel, “They’re going to keep going after him. When does the insanity stop.” Brodel also reports on the Democrat Party’s new laws on terror, shutting down the Keystone XL Pipeline and Dr. Anthony Fauci on masks and vaccinations.