Real estate sales may downsize the Trump Organization while debts fall into payment and there are enough legal problems.
When leaving From the White House in January, the president Donald Trump face a number of difficult economic and legal challenges.
The companies in Trump’s family-owned business empire are demanding his attention no matter what he focuses on after his presidency. Two pre-trial proceedings in New York will continue after his resignation, and the Trump Organization must avoid a possible cash crisis caused by the approaching maturities of loans taken by the company for real estate investments. Trump has personally guaranteed some of his company’s loans, which makes it even more urgent to clarify its financial situation.