A failed Self-coup, answered to by a free-market Coup de grâce.
Just what will the Loser™ do without a political future, no business, no money, huge debt, no lenders, and no opportunities?
The “savior” of the white evangelicals, is driving toward a cliff at 120MPH, on bare rims, his mental disorders having cut the brake-lines……….
…………….and his “best buddies” have been jumping out of the blown-off doors for almost a week now.
As I have told my friends and family, since Sunday: This is the last, best opportunity for the GOP to rip the Trump-bandaid off all at once, suffer the severe but momentary pain, and move on.
Meanwhile, what Donny the Loser has to “look forward” to:
Jan. 12, 2021 at 8:09 p.m. GMT-5
Now, the Trump Organization is facing the consequences: In the past week, it has lost a bank, an e-commerce platform and the privilege of hosting a world-famous golf tournament, and its hopes of hosting another have been dashed. In the future, the Trump Organization also could lose its D.C. hotel and even its children’s carousel in Central Park, if government landlords in Washington and New York reevaluate their contracts with Trump.
Trump lost a much bigger broker relationship Tuesday night when real estate giant Cushman & Wakefield told The Washington Post it would no longer work with him.
“Most financial institutions and investors avoided doing business with him before he ran for president, and the situation now has only gotten worse,” said Kathryn Wylde, the leader of the Partnership for New York City.
One senior administration official said Trump was particularly infuriated about the PGA of America’s decision to move the 2022 PGA Championship away from Trump’s Bedminster, N.J., golf course. Trump wanted to know what legal rights his company had to stop the organization from moving it.
The official, speaking like some others on the condition of anonymity to comment candidly, said Trump had been a bit “shellshocked” at the corporate backlash to his comments preceding the attack on the Capitol.
- Four Trump-branded hotels had closed.
- The D.C. hotel’s BLT Prime restaurant had quietly lost its decorated chef, David Burke
- Trump also is facing state-level investigations into his financial practices in New York, and more than $400 million in loans will come due in the next few years.
- TrumpStore.com had been hosted by the e-commerce website Shopify — until last week.
- Then Trump lost the real estate broker working to sell his D.C. hotel.
- He lost the PGA Championship, one of golf’s four majors, which was scheduled to be played at his Bedminster, N.J., club in 2022. The event would have given him a massive spotlight in a sport he loves.
- In Britain, Trump’s hopes of landing another major golf tournament — the British Open — were dashed, as the organizers said they would not use Trump’s Turnberry club in Scotland for “the foreseeable future.”
- This week, Trump lost his accounts at New York’s Signature Bank, which gave back the money and put out a statement telling him to resign.
- Professional Bank — a Florida entity that lent Trump’s company $11.2 million in 2018 to buy the president’s sister’s home near Mar-a-Lago — said it would no longer do business with Trump.
- He still owes that $400 million, much of it to Deutsche Bank.
- At Deutsche Bank, which had bailed Trump out of financial hardships before, his personal banker resigned recently.
- Deutsche Bank had determined it would not do business with Trump in the future.
- Also, at one of Trump’s most troubled and debt-saddled properties, he will soon have a new landlord: the Biden administration. Trump’s D.C. hotel operates in the federally owned Old Post Office building under a contract with the federal government.
Even with all the emoluments Trump set up, TrumpOrg had already been bleeding money for years.
And with Joe Biden at the Resolute Desk, Trump can kiss his emoluments G’bye.
The Trump Organization’s official Twitter account has been silent since Jan. 1, when it wished the world a happy new year.
Thank you, Trump Organization. We WILL have a happy New Year. After 12pm, on January 20th. And good luck with all your…………………prospects!
The bottom line here is, that Republicans just LOVE them some laissez-faire capitalism, until that laissez-faire capitalism bites them in the ass.
“Greed is good.” — Gordon Gekko
“Losing sucks” — Tom Brady
“Nobody likes a crybaby” — Gordon Gekko