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To: Doren who wrote (8329)6/15/2019 2:21:28 AM
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Can't afford to pay them back: DC officials say Trump still owes city over $7 million from inauguration

Hell he can't even afford to pay this back... total Ponzi artist.
That's interesting, I always assumed U.S. taxpayers picked up the entire bill for presidential inaugurations.

I've never believed Trump had anywhere near the wealth he claims to have. The fact he doesn't pay outstanding bills or delays doing so doesn't surprise me. Some wealthy people have a habit of doing that.

A local real estate magnate who built the tallest building in Seattle back in the 1980's, the Columbia Center, has a long history of not paying his bills. At one point in 2016 his company owed over $2 million to Seattle City Light. He's also been subject to many lawsuits for failure to pay construction bills.

Even the Weyerhauser Company has a corporate policy of not paying any bills before they're 90 days past due.

The fact Trump refuses to release his tax returns and gives nonsense excuses for not doing so proves he's hiding something.
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