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Eric Trump Goes After Politico For Report About Trump Owing Millions To Bank Of China

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Eric Trump, son of President Donald Trump, was none too happy with a new report from Politico which stated that his father owed millions of dollars to the Bank of China.

The younger Trump, who happens to be the vice president of the Trump Organization, jumped on Twitter Sunday to express his frustration with the Politico report, which has since been updated, stating that the information contained therein mischaracterized financing that was received from the Bank of China.

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“Article should have read: Trump as businessman had a passive, non-controlling/managing interest in an office building which had financing from Bank of China for less than 22 days (in 2012). Biden, meanwhile as VP flew his son on AF2 to China to secure 1.5Bil for his fund in 2013,” the younger Trump tweeted.

“.⁦@Politico⁩ is a joke. I spoke to this reporter for 30 minutes on Friday and told them their ‘facts’ were wrong. They want to ‘get’ us so badly (and cover for Biden true corruption) that they ended up looking like complete fools. #JournalismIsDead,” he added.

The report called into question President Trump’s attacks against Hunter Biden, a son of former Vice President Joe Biden, by erroneously asserting Trump currently owed millions of dollars to the Bank of China based on a $211 million loan received in 2012 for the 43-story Avenue of the Americas skyscraper in New York City.

The report on Politico was updated on Saturday after receiving feedback from the state-owned bank. The Washington Examiner petitioned the Bank of China USA for a statement regarding the claim:

“On November 7, 2012, several financial institutions, including the Bank of China, participated in a commercial mortgage loan of $950 million to Vornado Realty Trust. Within 22 days, the loan was securitized and sold into the CMBS market, as is a common practice in the industry. Bank of China has not had any ownership interest in that loan since late November 2012,” a representative told the Washington Examiner on Friday in response to the report.

The publication later changed up the headline to state that the president owed money to the Chinese bank. The director of rapid response for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign threw the story out there as quickly as possible before the claims had a chance to be checked for accuracy. Obviously, that was a big mistake.

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Fake news. Never ending, as the dems aided by their fake news arm of the democrat political party. The dems/socialists have been in a feeding frenzy and continue as they obviously can see that they are not going to destroy Trump.

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