When it comes to donating to charity, it is beginning to appear that Donald Trump is all bark and no bite. Recently, Politico reported that Trump could be charged for breaking fraud laws because he claimed products and services like Trump University, Trump Vodka, and his books donated proceeds to charity — even though they didn't really. In April, Vanity Fair skewered Trump for bragging about his generosity, which ended up merely being donations of things like spa gift cards and free rounds of golf.
The investigation continued on Wednesday when Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold decided to get to the bottom of where Trump's alleged personal donations to charity were going. What he learned was...not so great:
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