How Trump bought his way into real estate

When President Donald Trump bought the real estate business in New York in 2007, he did so with the backing of his own family.

Trump has since tried to use the business to expand his business empire, but he hasn’t succeeded.

Now, the president is facing the same question as his father did when he bought the company: Who owns the company?

Trump, who inherited the Trump Organization from his father, has not filed a detailed financial disclosure with the Federal Election Commission.

Trump has refused to release his tax returns, a practice that some lawmakers say is a violation of his constitutional obligation to be honest.

Trump’s business has faced scrutiny since the start of the year, when the White House claimed it was being audited by the Internal Revenue Service.

Trump fired back, telling The New York Times that the agency is “going to do it on their own time, and that’s OK.

I’ve been very clear, the IRS is going to do the right thing.

They are not going to get involved.”

In May, the White Senate Committee on Ethics issued a letter asking for an independent investigation into the Trump business after receiving several complaints about its business practices.

But the committee did not get a response.

Trump also has a stake in his family’s businesses, having made a fortune in real estate through the 1980s and 1990s.

The president inherited the company, which he renamed Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts, from his late father.

Trump owns a portion of the company.

In addition to his stake in the company and his ownership interest in it, Trump owns a stake of 25 percent in his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., who serves as a board member of the corporation.

Trump and his business have been criticized for some of the same practices, including questionable real estate deals in Russia, where the Trump family’s empire has been embroiled in a corruption scandal.