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Can Trump Create Millions of Jobs? Don't Bet On It

By Jonathan Lipson, Temple University Donald Trump claims he should be president in part because he has succeeded at creating jobs and businesses. While the foundation of his business empire was in New York real estate and construction - thanks to "a million-dollar loan" from his father - he spent about 25 years owning and/or managing casinos in Atlantic City, which sought to rival Las Vegas as America's gambling capital.
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