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Reports: Trump Organization properties see profits decline, no longer desirable to tenants  4 Months ago

Source:   USA Today  

WASHINGTON — The Trump Organization consists of over 500 different business entities around the world that constitute most of Donald Trump's wealth. Recent reports, though, suggest that Trump Organization properties have been suffering since Trump was elected president.

Trump turned over control over his real estate holdings to a trust controlled by his two sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, in an effort to comply with ethics regulations once he was elected. This hasn't stopped the Trump Organization properties from being a source of controversy since Trump was elected, though. 

These reports come as the Trump Organization has seen its fortunes decline nationwide as controversies swirl around its namesake.  

“Being president has cost me a fortune — a tremendous fortune like you’ve never seen before,” Trump said to reporters last year. 

Another Trump property, the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. is the subject of several lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of Trump's holding the property.

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