On March 17, Eric Trump received word from the Nevada governor’s office that he had 24 hours to shut the Las Vegas hotel operated by the family business. Within days, most of the Trump Organization’s other properties would also be effectively closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving the 36-year-old son of the president facing one of the company’s biggest crises in decades.
Soon after, President Trump in a nationally televised news conference took a subtle dig at his son, joking that he looked forward to comparing his…
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