Donald Trump May Not Be Able To Afford Run For Presidency, ‘WSJ’ Releases Alarming, Bombshell Claim About His Finances

Donald Trump has a 41 percent support rate and it looks like he’s soaring high and may be headed for the White House, but a new claim reveals he just might have one serious opponent that could strip him of his presidential victory. According to Breitbart, Donald Trump may actually be his own worst enemy. If the estimated calculations are true where his “financial ceiling” is concerned, Donald Trump may not be able to afford his presidential campaign for the next 11 months.

Wall Street Journal columnist Holman W. Jenkins, Jr. has released a bombshell claim about the possibility of Donald Trump’s financial pitfalls in the near future. The billionaire Republican presidential hopeful has faced a number of obstacles and pitfalls directly associated with his presidential campaign.

By now, many Americans are well aware of how “The Donald” has taken the meaning of “outspoken” to a whole new level. Although its quite obvious a staggering number of Americans are fine with his brash comments and stinging remarks about Muslims, immigration, and the Syrian resettlement policies orchestrated by the Obama administration, apparently, many of Trump’s business partners aren’t too pleased.

MESA, AZ - DECEMBER 16: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to the crowd as he arrives at a campaign event at the International Air Response facility on December 16, 2015 in Mesa, Arizona. Trump is in Arizona the day after the Republican Presidential Debate hosted by CNN in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images) MESA, AZ – DECEMBER 16: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to the crowd as he arrives at a campaign event at the International Air Response facility on December 16, 2015 in Mesa, Arizona. Trump is in Arizona the day after the Republican Presidential Debate hosted by CNN in Las Vegas, Nevada. [Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images]In fact, as a result of his run for the presidency, he has “ended up in a $10 million lawsuit with chef Jose Andres, who was supposed to be a part of the Trump International Hotel project in Washington; lost a battle against a wind farm in Scotland; lost a merchandising relationship with Macy’s department stores,” according to Breitbart.

Although Donald Trump is considered a billionaire, can he really afford to put so much at risk for a chance at the White House? Only time will tell. But, based on Trump’s actions thus far, there’s one thing most candidates have actually agreed on: Donald Trump’s seemingly radical and reckless approach to politics and foreign policy is a blatant display of incompetence and inexperience.

In fact, during the latest Democratic debate which took place on the evening of Saturday, Dec. 19, Hillary Clinton actually accused Donald Trump of being ISIS’ biggest motivator because he allegedly fuels their heinous actions.

Hillary even went a step further by insinuating ISIS soldiers have been watching footage of Donald Trump’s Muslim-bashing speeches and are being brainwashed to believe all Americans think like “The Donald.” It definitely didn’t take Donald long to fire back, refuting Hillary’s claims. On Sunday, Dec. 20, Donald Trump tweeted in response to Hillary’s statements, making it clear that her claims are false. “There’s no such video. Knowing the Clintons and knowing Hillary, she made it up,” Trump said, according to Business Insider.

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Although Democrats probably found Hillary’s claims alarming, many of American voters obviously disagree since his support rate reportedly continues to rise.

LAS VEGAS, NV - DECEMBER 15: Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump (L) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), interact at the conclusion of the CNN republican presidential debate at The Venetian Las Vegas on December 15, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Thirteen Republican presidential candidates are participating in the fifth set of Republican presidential debates. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) LAS VEGAS, NV – DECEMBER 15: Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump (L) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), interact at the conclusion of the CNN republican presidential debate at The Venetian Las Vegas on December 15, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Thirteen Republican presidential candidates are participating in the fifth set of Republican presidential debates. [Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images]At this time, no one really knows whether or not Donald Trump will be able to survive, financially, for the long term. Since Jenkins’ claims are only based off estimates and projections, there’s actually no definitive way, at this point, to decide if Donald can handle his own financial backing for the long haul. But politically, he’s alarming many politicians and presidential candidates who quietly fear he could win the race. Despite being labeled incompetent, Donald Trump definitely doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon.

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