Seth Meyers: Candidate Trump killed the ‘generous, intelligent billionaire’ character he played on TV

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As the disappointing disaster of Donald Trump’s business and financial life become more and more known, one picture is beginning to develop and that is that his own arrogance has cost him more than what he’s donating to his campaign. Trump certainly “underestimated the incredible a...
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