In three interviews with The Times since late April, Mr. Trump acknowledged in general terms that high debt and lagging revenues had plagued his casinos. He did not recall details about some issues, but did not question The Times’s findings. He repeatedly emphasized that what really mattered about his time in Atlantic City was that he had made a lot of money there.This pretty much says it all about Trump. He doesn't care about anyone or anything other than himself and his money. If you can't access the New York Times let me know and I'll pull a few more quotes and summarize the article for you.
And news just released today, his campaign is apparently cash poor at $1.3 million while HRC has $42 million. Trump is just a used car salesman trying to sell a piece of junk that he doesn’t even really know that much about but is trying to “fake it until he makes it.” He has attention issues and speaks in fragments and ends every sentence with “ok?” He cannot handle complex policy demonstrated by the fact that he thinks everything has a simple fix–“build a wall. Ok?” All he knows is to fire people and start new business ventures when the fun and novelty wears off; well, when he’s president, he can’t just fire people and run away when it’s not fun anymore. The Americans who like him apparently aren’t examining him…looking at his history and realizing the implications behind this man.
I hope to watch this campaign implode as it should–Trump is too dangerous to be in the WH.
Unless I am mistaken the last responsible businessman we elected to the position of POTUS was Herbert Hoover. Long story short, don’t vote Trump.