Trump Might Also Have Numerous Cash, However Files Display He Owes A Lot, Too

To borrow money, Trump has had to turn to smaller and less conventional sources of capital, such as Ladder Capital Finance, a New York real estate investment trust that holds mortgages on several Trump properties.
Trump May Have A Lot Of Money, But Documents Show He Owes A Lot, TooEnlarge this image toggle caption Elise Amendola/AP Elise Amendola/APAlthough President Trump has had a troubled relationship with big commercial lenders over the years, financial disclosure forms filed recently suggest he’s still able to borrow money when he needs it.
Within a few years, large parts of Trump’s financial empire came crashing down, and Trump filed for bankruptcy for the first time in 1991.
Like other big banks, it also will be affected by Trump’s vow to overhaul bank regulations.
Records released Friday suggest that Trump holds mortgages of at least $50 million on Trump Tower, the office building known as 40 Wall Street and the luxury resort Trump National Doral Miami.

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