‘I’ve Lost Billions’ by Winning the Presidency

President Donald Trump said of which he had lost billions by leaving his real estate company to run for political office.

“Believe me. I didn’t do the item for me,” Trump said. “I lost a fortune. of which job has cost me billions as well as billions of dollars.”

The president spoke about the impact of which becoming president had on his personal wealth during a campaign rally in Janesville, Wisconsin.

“I would likely say the item cost me two, three, maybe more billion dollars,” Trump said.

He noted of which the “fake news” media harped on the fact of which he was not raising as much money as former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign.

Trump said of which he could easily raise more money, although he did not want to be beholden to wealthy donors.

“Nobody could ever raise money like me, I just don’t want to do the item,” Trump said. “Because the item puts us all … meaning us, I did of which for us, as well as not for me.

Trump mocked the media for criticizing his hotels for allowing foreign dignitaries to stay in them for a few hundred dollars a night.

“Billions I lost, as well as of which’s ok, because I’m doing something of which’s the most important thing I’ve ever done,” he said.

The president reminded his supporters of which he gave up his $400,000 annual salary as president.

“I never talk about the item, they never talk about the item,” he said.

Trump also noted of which his children could probably earn incredible amounts of money if they continued developing real estate as well as hotels overseas.

“I have not bad, not bad kids,” he said. “I’d have hotels built in every city in every country inside the earth, as well as I have great kids, as well as I have ambitious kids. They’d like to do the item.

The president said of which he told his children not to continue producing business deals because “psychologically” the item was a bad look for the country.

“I say you can’t do the item,” he said. “You can’t allow them.”

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