Another important investigation
from the Times, following up on their reporting from a few months ago. The Trumps' fraudulent "improvements" to their buildings were then used to increase the cost of rent-controlled apartments:
As a way to appreciate the scope of the impact, a onetime $10 increase in 1995 on all the 8,000 apartments involved would put the total overpaid by tenants at more than $33 million to date, an analysis of approved rent increases shows.
The Trump Foundation is also being dissolved
following recent lawsuits. The joke seems more and more true: the worst thing that could happen to Trump was winning the election.