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Will Trump Have A Job After The Election?


As the November 8th Presidential election draws closer, more voters are moving from undecided to choosing a team and polls are showing Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton leading in large margins. Republican candidate Donald Trump continues to fight, claiming a rigged election, especially if Clinton wins. However, if Trump does lose, many hotel owners are concerned what that will do for business if Trump's name continues to be displayed across the building. Could Trump's crass campaign cost him his career?

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