How Trump could revive his steel-pipe business
Trump could use a major boost from his campaign to revive his $700 million steel-pipeline business.
That business, known as the Pennsylvania Works, is the largest of its kind in the U.S. and employs more than 1,000 people.
Trump has been criticized for his use of his namesake brand name for his infrastructure projects.
A spokesperson for the Trump Organization did not immediately respond to a request for comment on this report.
Trump also has been accused of using his company as a “cash cow” by his businesses.
While he does not have any investments in Pennsylvania Works or the Pennsylvania Power & Light Company, Trump’s company has been sued for failing to provide enough cash to cover its debts.
A new lawsuit, filed in federal court in Pennsylvania in October, accuses Trump of failing to make payments to a third party and for failing on several occasions to deliver the goods or services to his properties on time.
Trump and the Trump name The Pennsylvania Works name is not just associated with Trump’s name.
In the early 2000s, Trump made a deal to purchase the Pennsylvania Steel Company.
The company was owned by the company’s founder, Thomas M. Paxton, who died in 1998.
Paxtons company had debts of about $1.6 billion, and Trump agreed to pay $1 million for the PennsylvaniaWorks name and logo.
But by 2007, Paxton’s family had sued Trump for the unpaid bills.
Paets family said the company had to pay millions more for work it did on Trump’s real estate.
In 2010, Paxton’s daughter sued Trump and his company in a lawsuit that said the name was “defamatory and defamatory in nature.”
In 2015, Paeson’s daughter, Rachel Paxtonia, sued Trump’s son Eric and his brother Robert for allegedly defaming her father.
The suit was filed on behalf of Rachel Paxton and Eric Trump, who also are named in the suit.
Eric Trump responded to the suit by saying, “We are proud of the work we have done with Mr. Paeson and have nothing to do with the lawsuit.”
The lawsuit was dismissed in 2016.
It’s not clear how much money Paxtones family has been able to recover.
Trump’s involvement in the Pennsylvaniaworks controversy has also been the subject of scrutiny.
In 2014, a Pennsylvania commission that regulates construction, which Trump chairs, found him guilty of multiple civil rights violations and sentenced him to a year in prison.
The commission said the Trump’s ties to Pennsylvania Works harmed the company and damaged the public’s trust in construction firms.
A federal judge in 2016 also sentenced Trump to prison for fraud related to a Pennsylvania Works contract.
In 2018, a federal judge fined Trump and Pennsylvania Works $7.7 million for false statements about Pennsylvania Works finances and its finances and for lying about the number of jobs it created.
Pennsylvania Works had a total of $19.7 billion in liabilities in 2017, according to the commission.
Trump told ABC News in 2017 that he has a “great relationship” with Paxton.
“He’s a very successful guy.
It wasn’t even a bad deal,” Trump said.
“But I think he should have paid me.”
In October, Paeston’s widow filed a lawsuit in federal district court against Trump, Eric and Robert Trump, alleging that they had defamed her husband and that Paxton should have made payments to his family.
In that lawsuit, RachelPaxtoniaPaxton said the lawsuits against Trump and Paxton were “false and malicious.”
Trump has not been charged with any wrongdoing in the Paxtonian lawsuit, and the Pennsylvania Commission on Presidential Campaign Finance said in a statement that the suit “will be dismissed.”