Trump says being president has cost him $2 billion to $5 billion
While Trump's personal fortune held steady over the past year, he vaulted higher on the Forbes list of the world's richest people as dozens of his fellow tycoons suffered financial setbacks while his real estate holdings held their value better.
His plan to have the event at Doral drew sharp criticism from both Republicans and Democrats who said it gave the impression that he was profiting from being president.
"Whether I lost $2 billion, $5 billion or less, it doesn’t make any difference. I don’t care," Trump said. "I'm doing this for the country. I'm doing it for the people."Read more: ABS-CBN News
POTUS It's unbelievable claim because President Donald Trump refused to release his tax returns when Democratic presidential candidates released their tax returns and his tax returns (1985 -1994) obtained by New York Times revealed $1B in business losses. Haha, andito na nman mga galit ky trump. 😂 Awe 😢
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