Or did he refuse a request for a diplomatic visa? Something like that there:
Donald Trump’s business reported conflicting information about a key metric to New York City property tax officials and a lender who arranged financing for his signature building, Trump Tower in Manhattan, according to tax and loan documents obtained by ProPublica. The findings add a third major Trump property to two for which ProPublica revealed similar discrepancies last month.
In the latest case, the occupancy rate of the Trump Tower’s commercial space was listed, over three consecutive years, as 11, 16 and 16 percentage points higher in filings to a lender than in reports to city tax officials, records show.
Trump had much to gain by showing a high occupancy rate to lenders in 2012: He refinanced his share of Trump Tower that year and obtained a $100 million loan on favorable terms.
I’m beginning to think that a campaign’s worth of reporting suggesting that Hillary Clinton was the most corrupt major party candidate in the 2016 election was somewhat misleading!
Sustained negative coverage of the Clinton email scandal drove voters’ open-ended responses about the 2016 race & favorability toward the candidateshttps://t.co/29ZgxyHQsA pic.twitter.com/7jDKkLypju— Matt Grossmann (@MattGrossmann) November 27, 2019