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How some of Trump’s biggest businesses fared during the first year of his presidency

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President Donald Trump’s first year in office provided mixed results for some of his biggest businesses.
Some of those businesses, like his Washington, DC, hotel, fared quite well.
Others, like a few of Trump’s major golf courses, saw income shrink compared to the previous year.

President Donald Trump’s first year in office proved to be a mixed bag for his business empire.

As his 2018 financial disclosure, released Wednesday, showed, a number of Trump’s most prestigious properties, golf clubs, and businesses saw a decrease in revenue compared to one year prior.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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