Dan Alexander

Trump reporter at Forbes and author of the new book “White House, Inc.: How Donald Trump Turned the Presidency into a Business.”

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President Trump is in debt to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars. Those debts are soon coming due. For years, he paid no federal income taxes.

Trump has millions of dollars in debt, and a company he owns is renting California office space to Qatar

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