According to Bloomberg, revenues are down in every corner of the Trump empire and most of his assets have lost value. Even his fleet of aircraft has shrunk in value from “seven worth at least $59 million in 2015 to five valued at least $6.5 million in 2020,” according to Bloomberg. (The Trump Organization did not comment on the Bloomberg report.)
If the Trump name ever was his business organization’s biggest asset, it may now be its worst liability.
Trump could sell many of his properties to satisfy creditors or rename them to lure back customers. While that might mean financial salvation, there’s nothing that will enable the Trump clan to escape the shame of the 45th president’s record in business and politics.