Debt carried by former President Trump’s business has increased by about $200 million since he left office in January, bringing the total amount to $1.3 billion, Forbes reported on Thursday.
The additional debt, however, has improved Trump’s financial positions in some situations by providing more liquidity, according to Forbes.
Forbes also reported that Trump has more than $730 million of debt he will need to pay in the next three years, including a $100 million loan on Trump Tower due in September and a $285 million loan due in November 2022, which is Trump’s 30 percent share of debt on a New York skyscraper.
In 2023 and 2024, Trump will owe an additional estimated $353 million on various properties, which could be a significant financial burden should he choose to mount another White House bid, Forbes reported.
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