Trump has filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy for his companies six times.
Trump opened the $1.2 billion Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City in April 1990. One year later, in the summer of 1991, it sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The Castle Hotel & Casino entered bankruptcy in March 1992.
The Plaza Casino was one of two Trump casinos in Atlantic City to enter bankruptcy in March 1992. The other was the Castle Hotel & Casino. Trump's Plaza Hotel was more than $550 million in debt when it entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 1992
Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts, a holding company for Trump's three casinos, entered Chapter 11 in November 2004 as part of a deal with bondholders to restructure $1.8 billion of debt.
Trump Entertainment Resorts, the casino holding company, entered Chapter 11 in February 2009
Chapter 11 bankruptcy allows companies to restructure or wipe away much of their debt to other companies, creditors, and shareholders while remaining in business but under the supervision of a bankruptcy court.
So the people who loose are the shareholders, the creditors and the employees, while Trump cut his losses and still keeps in business.
And this is the man Republicans have put in charge of a country.