How did Donald Trump earn his money?

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Donald Trump didn't earn the money that got him started. He in fact inherited somewhere between $40 million and $200 million from his father. Having said that, Trump did take his father's organization and expanded it. He invested heavily in real estate. Trump was in deep financial trouble in 1990 and it was through an agreement with many banks that allowed Trump to take out mortgages on many of his properties as well as defer nearly $1 billion in debt.
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