(Repeats for wider distribution)
By Emily Flitter
Donald Trump, who often says
he only likes winners, tells one grand tale of loss: In 1990, he
nearly went bankrupt and was forced to ask dozens of banks to
whom he owed money to change the terms on their loans and
forgive some of his debts.
It was, the real estate developer admits in his 1997 book
“The Art of the Comeback,” the darkest period of his
professional life. In his telling, it’s a story of redemption,
of resilience, and proof of his exceptional negotiating skills
and shrewd thinking.
Six people who participated in the loan workout negotiations
have a different recollection, raising questions about a key
part of the personal narrative that many of Trump’s support…
Read the full article at: http://www.reuters.com/article/usa-election-trump-bankruptcies-insight-idUSL1N1A20C7