Donald Trump used payday loans in 1988
New documents reveal Donald Trump frequented a payday loan store 48 times in 1988. All the evidence points to the sad fact that Donald Trump regularly needed cash until his father’s weekly allowance appeared in his checking account.
The payday loan store in question is located at the corner of Washington Street and Pleasant in Hoboken, New Jersey. Sources say the man who was supposed to be a real estate mogul was afraid to use Manhattan stores for fear of being seen. Wearing a pork pie hat and black sunglasses, Donald Trump was dragging himself around just as the store opened and hurried before anyone got any wiser.
“I remember him, okay,” said longtime owner Andrew Canard. “No one else left a trail of slime. I got to a point where I kept a bucket of soapy water and a mop in case he did show up.
The new revelations come in the wake of the New York Times reporting that Donald Trump lost epic sums between 1985 and 1994. The article Decade in the red: Trump tax figures show more than $ 1 billion in trade losses tells the story of a man who had a large hat but very few cattle:
The data – impressions of Mr. Trump’s official Internal Revenue Service tax transcripts, along with figures from his Federal Tax Form, 1040, for the years 1985 to 1994 – represent the most comprehensive and detailed look at this day on the president’s taxes, the information he kept from public view. While the news does not cover the tax years at the center of a growing battle between the Trump administration and Congress, it traces the most tumultuous chapter in a long commercial career – an era of feverish acquisitions and deregulation. ‘spectacular collapse.
Figures show that in 1985, Mr. Trump reported losses of $ 46.1 million from his core businesses – primarily casinos, hotels, and retail spaces in apartment buildings. They continued to lose money each year, totaling $ 1.17 billion in losses for the decade.
The White House says Donald Donald trump used the payday loan store because he looked better on his taxes. A journalist from the Dish Earth Newspaper asked if President Trump is planning for the United States of America to have a nice tax return this year. He was escorted by security.
Similarly, the payday loan store is now part of the Donald Trump on a grand tour which brings tourists to notable Trump sites in the New York City area.
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Obviously the NYT story is real as the Payday Loan Store bit is a Poe. But you already know that, right?