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Who. Owns. Donald. Trump?

Donald Trump’s initial thrust into politics was fueled by a single idea: He’s rich, can fund his own campaign, and doesn’t owe anyone. But everything we’ve learned since then shows that just the opposite is true: Donald Trump has been piling up debt for decades. In the 1970s, he ran up a $38 million personal debt and was bailed out by his father. In the 1990s, he racked up $1 billion in debt twice and raided his own company to enrich himself, and even then, may have needed insolvency laws to climb out of the hole he dug.
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