The Trump family has been a financial boon to the GOP for decades.
It’s not surprising that the president and his family have benefited financially from his business interests and his presidential transition.
The Trump Organization also has a $1.8 billion loan guarantee that the federal government has used to make up for the loss of Trump University.
It is now unclear whether Trump will be able to repay the loan as the federal deadline looms.
The Trump family is not alone in making financial losses while running for office.
A new report released by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center, a nonpartisan research group, found that between the beginning of January and the end of June, the Trump Organization made $4.9 billion in losses, more than any other family, family member or corporation in the country.
The report is based on the annual financial statements for the organization.
The Trump Organization lost more than $4 billion between January and June, according to the report.
The company also has debts that total $4 million, making it the largest non-government company in the nation to have debts exceeding $4,000,000.
Trump is expected to face the same fate as other family members, as the report found the company has already begun to default on $1 billion of its loans.
Trump is facing unprecedented financial pressure and could have financial ruin if he does not repay his loans.
The New York Times reported that Trump owes $50 million on his mortgage, $1 million on a $300 million yacht and $1,500 for his $4-million yacht.
The Times also reported that in the first quarter of 2018, the debt on Trump’s $1-million-a-year yacht ballooned to more than half a million dollars.
A spokesperson for Trump did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.