Meet the Architect Stiffed by Donald Trump


During last night’s debate, Hillary Clinton spoke about small business owners who were not financially compensated by Donald Trump for work completed. Hillary for America released the following introducing Andrew Tesoro, an architect that was not fairly compensated by Trump.

During last night’s presidential debate, Hillary Clinton discussed the many small business owners hung out to dry by Donald Trump, including Manhattan-based architect Andrew Tesoro who was stiffed out of over $100,000 dollars on a design project for the clubhouse at Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor.

Despite previously saying he “love[d]” the design and that Tesoro was a “top notch” architect, Trump attacked Tesoro during the debate saying, “Maybe he didn’t do a good job, and I wasn’t satisfied with his work.” Tesoro was previously featured in a video released by Hillary for America where he shared how Trump almost put him out of business and was forced to max out his credit lines and dip into his son’s college savings to survive.

On MSNBC this morning, Tesoro spoke out and read from a glowing letter Trump wrote praising his work.

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News Source: Forbes