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Donald Trump, the president-elect and former Republican presidential nominee, has a new business venture he hopes will give him a leg up on his competitors.

In his bid to raise cash and get his campaign started, Trump and his family have been making some big purchases, including a $100 million condo tower in Miami.

And they are hoping to bring back the Trump name to the office remodels they’ve been doing around the country.

Trump has not disclosed exactly what his new ventures will cost, but he told The Wall Street Journal that it could be “big enough to replace most of the office spaces.”

He added that he doesn’t want to “replace the office” with the Trump Tower.

That could be a challenge.

The Trump Organization does not have a long history of office remodelling, having been founded in 1949 by real estate tycoon Frank Loesser.

It has not been a profitable business, but it has generated some good returns, especially for the company that owns the Trump Plaza Hotel and Tower in Washington, D.C. The firm has since been sold.

Trump has also announced plans to turn his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, into an office and conference center for the U.S. government.

He has also been working with the University of Miami to build a “winter palace” on land that is part of the school’s campus.

That is not the Trump’s first foray into office remodellings.

His father, Fred, built a $25 million office complex in Palm Springs in 1962.

It had its first major renovation in the late 1980s and was never profitable.

In addition to his business ventures, Trump has also launched a political organization, the Trump Victory PAC, which has launched more than 200 television ads this election cycle.

The group is run by former RNC Chairman Michael Steele, who has made headlines for a string of bizarre statements about Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and the Black Lives Matter movement.

In one ad, Trump called the Black Panthers “pigs,” saying, “You can’t call them the Panthers without using the F-word.”

Trump has been accused of using racially insensitive language during campaign appearances, but his campaign says the ad was intended to be “positive.”