Trump Models: Why US President is leaving industry

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Trump Models: Why US President is leaving industry

Models leave in droves, clients boycott brand

Trump Models is closing shop following mass exits by its top models.

In a leaked email, the agency President Corinne Nicolas confirmed the closure saying they were shifting focus to the other Trump brands.

Trump owns 85 percent stake in the agency.

According to sources, the agency closes down hot on the heels of the sale of Miss Universe organisation following Trump’s comments on Mexican immigrants, which pundits say are toxic to his brand.

Further reports indicate that clients have boycotted Trump Models, further straining the agency operations.

Other Trump brands that have closed shop in the recent past include Trump Steaks, Trump University, and Trump Magazine.

 

 

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