“STIFF-ANY?” It’s Atlantic City All Over Again

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By Jennifer Kerns, Editor-in-Chief & Publisher | All-American News

It’s like 1991 all over again.

But instead of stiffing carpenters, plumbers and other small business vendors at the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, the Trump family is reportedly stiffing a stylist to former first daughter Tiffany Trump.

It’s just one more person left stuck with a stack of bills as the Trumps were on their way out the door.

TheHill reported just last week that the campaign was leaving former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani to hold the bag with unpaid legal bills that were reportedly topping $20,000 a day as he cross-crossed the country fighting for President Trump.

Now, a source familiar with the situation tells All-American News that the Trumps have also run out on a whopping $12,000 bill for styling services.

A Georgetown clothier was reportedly tapped to style the youngest Trump daughter for the final two weeks of the campaign — nice work if you can get it. However, it appears that the owner will never see the money after the Trumps lost their bid for the White House.

What’s worse, the jilted vendor was a female-owned small business — not exactly the kind of outfit you want to be stiffing in the midst of a pandemic and economic downturn in which small businesses are struggling the most.

However, it doesn’t appear to have bothered the younger Trump, as Page Six reported that the 27-year old Trump was spotted recently pulling up on a 45-foot yacht with friends for lunch at the posh Joia Beach, a restaurant whose menu advertises the going rate for a bottle of Louis Roederer’s Cristal is $13,000 — an amount exceeding the reported bill for Tiffany’s stylist.

Now that’s a restaurant tab that would make even Gavin Newsom blush!

Photo credit: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8606515/Tiffany-Don-Jr-Kimberly-attend-Montauk-boat-party-ahead-presidents-Hamptons-fundraising.html

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