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The Trump Files: In Which Donald Sues Himself—and Wins!

In early 2006, eager to cash in on the housing bubble he believed would continue to grow indefinitely, Donald Trump unveiled his newest business venture, Trump Mortgage LLC, at a reception in Trump Tower. "Trump Mortgage is going to take better care of people than anyone in the mortgage industry ever has," he promised. In some ways, Trump Mortgage was typical of a lot of Trump's ventures, in that Trump licensed his name to an idea that someone else had come up with.
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