US President Donald Trump, who owes some US$400 million to Deutsche Bank, has already seen his businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and the looming loss of US taxpayer revenue tied to his visits. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump, who owes some US$400 million to Deutsche Bank, has already seen his businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and the looming loss of US taxpayer revenue tied to his visits. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump, who owes some US$400 million to Deutsche Bank, has already seen his businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and the looming loss of US taxpayer revenue tied to his visits. Photo: AP
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How Donald Trump’s brand was tarnished after presidency, US Capitol attack

  • Companies that stuck with Trump during his presidency are cutting ties with him, and his business empire is suffering
  • A marketing professor said Trump’s brand went from standing for luxury to being associated with anti-government views, racism and extremism

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US President Donald Trump, who owes some US$400 million to Deutsche Bank, has already seen his businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and the looming loss of US taxpayer revenue tied to his visits. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump, who owes some US$400 million to Deutsche Bank, has already seen his businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and the looming loss of US taxpayer revenue tied to his visits. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump, who owes some US$400 million to Deutsche Bank, has already seen his businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and the looming loss of US taxpayer revenue tied to his visits. Photo: AP
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