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Donald Trump's empire is under siege as his glamorous image fades

Presidential candidate Donald Trump isn't just losing the support of key Republicans and voters in the wake of the "Access Hollywood" tape scandal — he's also potentially losing money. Consumers' perception of the Trump brand has tanked since the tape of the Republican nominee speaking crudely about women surfaced last week, according to a survey by Brand Keys. Last year, the Trump name — which is prominently displayed on high-end casinos, hotels, wineries, and more — increased the perceived value of products and services anywhere from 20% to 37%, according to Brand Keys.
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