After 3 bad years of farming, it was too much for a Georgia farmer to take. He believed by taking his own life the insurance money would save the farm that had been in his family for over 100 years. Taking his life was a hard enough blow to the family, but when the insurance didn't pay, they were at a loss. With the property in foreclosure, Donald Trump stepped in and saved the farm. watch video
Associated Press File photo Donald Trump and Annabel Hill of Georgia in 1986. They are burning her farm mortage after she
received help for Trump.
Via Political Insider Blog
One narrative emerging around the surprisingly resilient Donald Trump portrays the brash billionaire as a final card laid down by Republican blue-collar voters who see their way of life — and their political clout — draining away in a bathtub spiral.