Police continue the search for a fake water department employee who robbed a woman inside her Northeast Philadelphia home.
gangsum: Trump's winery loses money. His mortgage company failed. A controversial golf resort in Scotland is hemorrhaging cash, Trump Airline Failed, Trump U under investigation for Fraud, promised additions are on hold, and the list is endless. Campaign insiders tell Capitol Hill Blue that Trump, who promised to “self-fund” his run for the Presidency without taking any money from special interest groups and others, is now begging for donations because he can no longer pay his campaign bills on his own. Not paying bills is part of Trump’s lifestyle. He and his companies are being sued by more than 3,500 small business operators in New York alone because of unpaid bills on projects and contracts. Political insiders suggest his run for President is, at best, a last-chance effort to avoid another bankruptcy. He has already been part of at least four bankrupt filings by his companies and he had to sell a yacht, planes and other things to avoid personal bankruptcy when he real estate and casino empire ran out of money several years ago. More trouble, however, looms. Trump claims his run for President has helped his business empire. More factual reports, however, show drops in attendance and bookings at his hotels and golf resorts and a sharp hike empty offices without leases in his buildings. “Trump has a long and growing list of business failures,” says one banker who say he company avoids doing business with him. As often occurs when his claims are checked against the facts, Trump’s statements come up short on truth, along with his claims of business acumen and wealth.