The Republican presidential nominee’s dogged quest for tax breaks have allowed his NYC real estate empire to thrive while giving little back to the city in the form of financial contribution. The real estate scion has received $885M in tax breaks.
Olbermann listed his three-bedroom apartment on the market in protest this past April for $3.9 million. He was tired "of of the degree to which the very name 'Trump' has degraded the public discourse and the nation itself," he wrote in an op-ed.
In 2007, political commentator Keith Olbermann bought an apartment at Trump Palace, but nine years and one terrifying Donald Trump campaign later, Olbermann wants out. He's selling the apartment for $4 million because of Trump's presidential run.