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How Trump Went Bust and Got Rich Using Other People's Money: a Timeline

For decades, Donald Trump has operated his businesses on one fundamental premise: Use other people's money. "I do that all the time in business," he said at a rally in North Carolina last month. "It's called 'other people's money.' There's nothing like doing things with other people's money." It's a phrase he taught students at Trump University, and he put it into practice by building his first empire in the 1980s on massive loans that allowed him to erect towers in New York, acquire casinos in Atlantic City, and buy other businesses including the Plaza Hotel and the short-lived Trump Shuttle airline.
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