The Making of Donald Trump - Chapters 22-24, Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 is titled “Down Mexico Way.” Trump's older daughter and son, Ivanka and Donald, Jr., spent time in California touting a new project. Guests were invited to buy luxury apartments in a soon-to-be-constructed resort a few miles off the California coast. The high-pressure sales included a deposit to hear the formal sales pitch and a five-minute period to decide. Months rocked on and the project never began. Buyers sued and learned that Trump had merely lent his name to the project. He was not a developer. The actual developer settled for about a third of the purchase price. Trump also settled, but the agreement was sealed. In a similar deal, Trump loaned his name to a project in Hawaii. Buyers there found out that his agreement with the developer included the right to remove the Trump name from that building, and to...

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