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ILLUMINATI: There is no excuse, Donald Rumsfeld, to endorse a presidential candidate in whom you've done zero research on...Shame on YOU and OTHERS who vote for this guy whose agenda is not to "make this country great again, but to see what he can get out if the deal as leader of this nation! How well do you know your candidate, Donald Trump? Hypothetically speaking, you're ready to hire a new CEO to run your business but first you plan to hire a private investigative firm to check out his character and personal/business dealings that includes all past and present numbers of bankruptcies and lawsuits that were filed against the individual or his personal business and/or filed against others over a three-decade period. And you're about to make a decision based upon the information provided to you in this investigative report that show there are 4000+ lawsuits and 3500 bankruptcies filed under this person's name. Honestly, would you really consider hiring this person to run your corporation? How about would you vote this person in as Commander-in-Chief of this country? It is unprecedented that we have a presidential candidate in Donald Trump who has business dealings that landed in court filing procedures that numbered 3500 bankruptcies and 4000+ lawsuits. The information provided can be easily verified as legitimate and is available under Public Records for anyone to view. It was USA TODAY Network journalists who deserve credit for they have scoured local, state and federal courts for lawsuits or other legal filings involving Trump and each of his 500-plus companies he identified on his personal financial disclosure with the Federal Election Commission. A must read for citizens who plans on or is undecided in their vote for Trump in upcoming elections...Google: New USA TODAY interactive database (court records) shows Trump lawsuits surpass 4,000 Nick Penzenstadler, USA TODAY July 7, 2016 Trump over the past three decades have filed 3500 bankruptcies to where he filed them against small business owners and contractors who he had stiffed for jobs they performed for Trump's properties and the sad thing here is they will never get paid. Gov john Sununu, former Chief of Staff to President George H.W. Bush, told ABC News about Trump's failed business ventures that led to bankruptcies... “He’s [Trump's] had four big bankruptcies. Trump Airlines went bankrupt, Trump Magazines shut down, Trump Steaks went out of business, and when he was the owner of New Jersey Generals, they also went out business. Sununu said, "This guy has a history of failure and losing. He’s a perpetual loser.” Google: USA Today, Journalist report Donald Trump's legal lawsuits and bankruptcies In the previous debate, Trump told Hillary for all the world to hear that by him paying "zero" federal income taxes over past years was "smart." So, if he's smart for avoiding paying his fair share of taxes like the rest of us hard working Americans, then what does that make us? In his eyes I guess we're all "ignorant" for we have a sense of responsibility to help fund the government for needed services like "funding our troops and our first responders, funding our children's public education, funding EPA clean water and air standards that ensure safety first for ourselves and loved ones, and many other common day needed services that most of take for granted on a daily basis that help make this nation function properly, which by the way is the greatest nation on this planet. Donald Trump is not out to make this country great again. Tony Schwartz, Ghostwriter for Trump's popular book, The Art of the Deal, had this to say about Trump once he had heard he was serious in a run for the presidency. He felt a deep remorse that he painted Trump in a positive light for he was glued to this man for a period of 18 consecutive months and knows him as well as any of Trump's closest associates but he said this just the same... "I genuinely believe that if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent possibility it will lead to the end of civilization.” When asked if Schwartz should get a chance to re-write the same book today what would the title be, his reply was one word...."SOCIOPATH!" Once Schwartz aired this bit of news about Trump on live tv, he immediately had all future proceeds from the book allocated to charitable groups.