CNN) Just 24 hours after Donald Trump formally left the White House — and the presidency — behind, it’s increasingly clear that his money problems are getting worse, not better. He made $30 million less at his Doral property in Miami than he did in 2019. Revenue at the Trump International Hotel in Washington and the former President’s Turnberry property in Scotland were down more than 60% year over year. […] You’ll remember — and, if not, I am here to remind you — that Trump faces a series of financial challenges in the coming months and years, primarily tied to his personal guarantees on a series of multimillion dollar loans. […] All of which is likely to even further complicate Trump’s ability to make money and pay off his looming debts.
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