Jack D: Trump claims he is a great businessman, it doesn’t take a lot of research to find his many business and personal failures. He promised glitzy casinos to boost the gaming industry in Atlantic City. They went bankrupt, leaving investors losing everything. One “investor” didn’t lose. Trump paid himself millions in “management fees” while ignoring the fact that his casinos never made money, were financed with a lot of junk bonds, and were destined to fail. He used also junk bonds to buy the Eastern Shuttle airlines and promised to turn it into a “showcase”. It ended in bankruptcy and no longer exists. He promised to personally recruit “outstanding executive talent” as instructors for Trump University and also promised personal counseling to those who ran up 10s of thousands in fees. In a deposition, Trump could not name a single “instructor” of Trump University and no record ever showed he ever had a hand in hiring anyone. He did get fees for himself before the “university” closed. It is now under investigation by attorney generals for fraud. Trump launched “Trump Mortgage” with promises to create a “new, innovative program” of financing. It failed and is no longer in business.He promised “thousands of jobs” and a big personal stake in his much-hyped Aberdeenshire golf in Scotland. It has lost money since opening in 2012, the promised jobs never came and he used other people’s money. He purchased The Plaza Hotel in New York and promised “a complete showcase renovation.” It went bankrupt.Trump, the self-claimed “great businessman” has been sued more than 3,500 times by small business owners who say he never paid what he owed for their work on projects. USA Today found hundreds of dishwashers, painters, and even his own lawyers, who say they were never paid by Trump. Trump hired Philadelphia cabinet maker Edward Friel in the 80s to build custom fixtures for Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. Trump never paid and Friel’s small business went under. Reports USA Today: Donald Trump often portrays himself as a savior of the working class who will “protect your job.” But a USA TODAY NETWORK analysis found he has been involved in more than 3,500 lawsuits over the past three decades — and a large number of those involve ordinary Americans, like the Friels, who say Trump or his companies have refused to pay them. The U.S. Department of Labor says Trump’s companies have been cited 24 times for serious violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act, resulting in thousands of dollars in fines. More than 200 “mechanics liens” currently exist against Trump for unpaid bills. This is a man who claims to be a great businessman who keeps his promises? When Trump started his campaign for President in 2015, he promised Americans that he would “self fund” his run. Now he is seeking donations form any and all. He cozied up during the just-finished Republican Convention to Las Vegas casino operator Sheldon Adelson and is seeking millions. Trump promised to not seek or accept donations from “special interests.” Now he’s taking all he can get from any interest. Donald Trump is promising many things that he claims he will do as President. Can we believe him? Some, sadly, may be stupid enough to believe what he claims. They will join a long and growing list of those who believed Donald Trump, fell for more of his lies and walked away broke or disappointed. Lets not let him do this to America.