Former President Donald Trump, gave himself completely to the fulfillment of his oath to work for the United States and, in addition to committing all his human capacity, he donated his $400,000 yearly salary and saw his large fortune decrease by almost half.

At the beginning of his presidential campaign in 2015, he was ranked 121st on the Forbes scale with $4.5 billion in assets; however, by the end of his term, this had been reduced to $2.5 billion, according to the Washington Examiner of Feb. 4. 

But despite having taken the country to much higher levels of economic development and fulfilling his campaign promises, synthesized in the slogan Make America Great Again (MAGA), the Democrats accused him of inciting violence in the riots that took place at the Capitol on Jan. 6. 

For this, which was disproved by the facts, he was impeached, which was considered unconstitutional by experts.  

In addition, numerous companies blocked their economic activities, including some banks, damaging the Trump Organization.  

During 2020, the organization experienced a 38% decline in revenues, equivalent to $278 million.

While the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida increased revenues by 13% in the same year, from $21.4 million to $24.2 million, at other times it had revenues of $30 million.

According to statements made by Eric Trump, son of the former president and who heads the Trump Organization together with his brother Donald Jr., his family suffers the consequences of the boycott by leftists who reject his policies. 

“We live in the era of the cancellation culture, but this is not something that started this week. It’s something they’ve been doing to us and others for years,” Eric Trump declared in mid-January.

Nonetheless, 75 million Americans voted for him and will follow him “until the end of the world,” Eric stated.  

Trump currently represents a “major political force” for most Republicans, according to recent research by U.S. national pollster Rasmussen.

The results show that 56% of Republicans view former President Trump as important in the context of U.S. political developments and 39% of Independent voters agree, while a majority of Democrats do not, according to The Post Millennial on Jan. 22.