Madison Cawthorn is pictured leaving Trump Tower in NYC while ex president leaves for New Jersey

Former President Donald Trump left Trump Tower in New York City after Rep. Madison Cawthorn was also pictured in exclusive DailyMail.com photos leaving the building earlier on Wednesday.

Cawthorn, the 25-year-old North Carolina congressman, is an avid Trump supporter but it was not immediately clear why he was at his New York residence. The young legislator was ushered around the Big Apple and visited sites including Central Park.

Trump was seen flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after spending just one day at the tower. His cavalcade headed to the Lincoln Tunnel seemingly back to his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey.

DailyMail.com has reached out to Cawthorn’s office for more information and additional comment about the meeting with Trump.

After the meeting, Cawthorn tweeted: ‘Biden wants to use your tax dollars to fund his radical agenda.’ 

Former President Donald Trump left Trump Tower in New York City after Rep. Madison Cawthorn was also pictured leaving the building earlier on Wednesday

Former President Donald Trump left Trump Tower in New York City after Rep. Madison Cawthorn was also pictured leaving the building earlier on Wednesday

Former President Donald Trump left Trump Tower in New York City after Rep. Madison Cawthorn was also pictured leaving the building earlier on Wednesday

Cawthorn, the 25-year-old North Carolina congressman, is an avid Trump supporter but it was not immediately clear why he was at his New York residence

Cawthorn, the 25-year-old North Carolina congressman, is an avid Trump supporter but it was not immediately clear why he was at his New York residence

Cawthorn, the 25-year-old North Carolina congressman, is an avid Trump supporter but it was not immediately clear why he was at his New York residence

The young legislator was ushered around the Big Apple and visited sites including Central Park

The young legislator was ushered around the Big Apple and visited sites including Central Park

The young legislator was ushered around the Big Apple and visited sites including Central Park

Rep. Madison Cawthorn was pictured leaving Trump Tower in New York City earlier on Wednesday

Rep. Madison Cawthorn was pictured leaving Trump Tower in New York City earlier on Wednesday

Rep. Madison Cawthorn was pictured leaving Trump Tower in New York City earlier on Wednesday

Rep. Madison Cawthorn was pictured leaving Trump Tower in New York City earlier on Wednesday

Rep. Madison Cawthorn was pictured leaving Trump Tower in New York City earlier on Wednesday

Rep. Madison Cawthorn was pictured leaving Trump Tower in New York City earlier on Wednesday

After the meeting, Cawthorn tweeted: 'Biden wants to use your tax dollars to fund his radical agenda'

After the meeting, Cawthorn tweeted: 'Biden wants to use your tax dollars to fund his radical agenda'

After the meeting, Cawthorn tweeted: ‘Biden wants to use your tax dollars to fund his radical agenda’

Donald Trump leaves Trump Tower in New York City after he spent one day at his New York residence

Donald Trump leaves Trump Tower in New York City after he spent one day at his New York residence

Donald Trump leaves Trump Tower in New York City after he spent one day at his New York residence

Trump was flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after he left his Manhattan tower

Trump was flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after he left his Manhattan tower

Trump was flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after he left his Manhattan tower

Trump was flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after he left his Manhattan tower

Trump was flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after he left his Manhattan tower

Trump was flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after he left his Manhattan tower

Trump was flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after he left his Manhattan tower

Trump was flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after he left his Manhattan tower

Trump was flanked by a mass of Secret Service agents and NYPD officers after he left his Manhattan tower

His cavalcade headed to the Lincoln Tunnel seemingly back to his New Jersey Bedminster home

His cavalcade headed to the Lincoln Tunnel seemingly back to his New Jersey Bedminster home

His cavalcade headed to the Lincoln Tunnel seemingly back to his New Jersey Bedminster home

On Wednesday, Trump also permanently shut down the website he used to get around his social media ban and where he posted his statements after just 29 days. 

‘From the Desk of Donald J. Trump’ has been scrubbed from the former president’s website and instead the URL redirects users to a page to sign up for his email and text alerts.

A Trump adviser told The Washington Post that Trump shut it down because he didn’t like that the site was being mocked and didn’t garner a large readership.  

Senior Trump aide Jason Miller told CNBC that the site ‘will not be returning.’

‘It was just auxiliary to the broader efforts we have and are working on,’ he added. 

The site was set up amid the former president being banned from social media sites like Twitter and Facebook following the January 6 Capitol riot. The site, however, received criticism from those who claimed it was a sad excuse for an alternative to these other platforms. 

A GOP strategist predicted on Twitter that it was shut down as ‘a precursor to him joining another social media platform?’

‘Yes, actually, it is. Stay tuned!’ Miller confirmed in a response to the post. 

Trump promised after being booted from his accounts that he would set up his own social media site, which he insists is different from the ‘desk’ blog.

Miller claimed he is ‘hoping to have more information on the broader efforts soon’ regarding the new social media site.

‘I do not have a precise awareness of timing,’ he said.

Donald Trump 'permanently' shut down his blog website where he posts his statements just 29 days after it launched

Donald Trump 'permanently' shut down his blog website where he posts his statements just 29 days after it launched

Donald Trump ‘permanently’ shut down his blog website where he posts his statements just 29 days after it launched

Trump used 'From the desk of Donald J. Trump' to post all of his statements after he was booted from social media like Facebook and Twitter after the January 6 Capitol attack, for which he was ultimately impeached for 'inciting an insurrection'

Trump used 'From the desk of Donald J. Trump' to post all of his statements after he was booted from social media like Facebook and Twitter after the January 6 Capitol attack, for which he was ultimately impeached for 'inciting an insurrection'

Trump used ‘From the desk of Donald J. Trump’ to post all of his statements after he was booted from social media like Facebook and Twitter after the January 6 Capitol attack, for which he was ultimately impeached for ‘inciting an insurrection’

The URL for the 'desk' site now redirects users to a page where they can sign up to receive text and email alerts from the former president

The URL for the 'desk' site now redirects users to a page where they can sign up to receive text and email alerts from the former president

The URL for the ‘desk’ site now redirects users to a page where they can sign up to receive text and email alerts from the former president

Trump unveiled his new blog last month billed as a ‘communication platform’ for the former president to interact more directly with supporters and the public after losing his access to other platforms.

A Twitter account set up to repost those statements verbatim was immediately shut down by CEO Jack Dorsey. The ‘desk’ site, however, also gave visitors the ability to easily share the statements for themselves onto social media platforms.

Due to Trump’s messaging for a new social media platform, many felt this new website was him unveiling that.

A GOP strategist predicted the site getting shut down is a preview for the former president 'joining another social media platform,' to which Miller confirmed 'Yes, actually, it is. Stay tuned!'

A GOP strategist predicted the site getting shut down is a preview for the former president 'joining another social media platform,' to which Miller confirmed 'Yes, actually, it is. Stay tuned!'

A GOP strategist predicted the site getting shut down is a preview for the former president ‘joining another social media platform,’ to which Miller confirmed ‘Yes, actually, it is. Stay tuned!’

He and his team pushed back against this, however, claiming it was just a way to pump out his statements, which were also sent out through the email account for his Save America political action committee.

Miller said at the time in his own Twitter post that the ‘Desk’ page was ‘a great resource’ to find Trump’s statements.

He clarified ‘this is not a new social media platform.’

TRUMP’S BIGGEST FAILURES 

 Trump University

Trump University, known officially as the Trump Entrepreneur Initiative, included a series of seminars where students paid as much as $34,995 for mentorships that was supposed to get them access to the former president’s secrets to success.

The seminars were delivered by motivational speakers, some without degrees, others with criminal records. During the initiative in 2020, Trump brought in $11,819, according to Federal Election Commission filings.

Trump is now facing two class-action lawsuits in California and a third for $40 million from New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman related to Trump University.

Trump Airlines

In 1988, Trump took out a $245 million loan, which he used to purchase planes and routes from Eastern Air Shuttle, a commuter airline that flew between New York, Boston and Washington, D.C. He named the company Trump Shuttle and slapped a TRUMP decal and some gold bathroom fixtures on the planes.

Two years after launch, the airline wasn’t even making enough to cover the $1 million monthly interest payment on his loan and in 1992, Trump ultimately defaulted and surrendered ownership of the airline to his creditors.

Trump Vodka

The spirit hit the market in 2006 and was marketed as ‘Success Distilled.’ At the time, Trump tried to create buzz for a new drink – the T&T or Trump and Tonic. The liquor flopped, maybe in part because of Trump’s abstinence from alcohol. The trademark was abandoned in 2008, and the liquor was out of circulation by 2011.

Other Trump beverages

Trump also didn’t have success in the nonalcoholic beverage industry a few years earlier. Trump Fire and Trump Power were trademarked in 2004, but it does not appear to have ever made it to market. Both drinks were categorized as ‘non-alcoholic beverages containing fruit juices… namely, carbonated beverages’ on their trademark applications.

Trump Ice, however, does not appear to be a flop. Dubbed ‘one of the purest natural spring waters bottled in the world’ on Trump’s website, the line of mottled water brought in $280,000 for the former president in 2015, according to FEC filings.

Trump Casinos

Trump filed for bankruptcy on his Atlantic City properties three times. First at Trump Taj Mahal in 1991, which was $3 billion in debt after just one year in operation. In 2004 he had to file for bankruptcy again, this time for Trump Taj Mahal, Trump Marina and Trump Plaza casinos.

Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts reorganized as Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc. – but just four years later it missed an interest payment on a $53.1 million bond. The company declared bankruptcy, and Trump stepped down as its chairman.

Trump: The Game

In 1988, Trump teamed up with Milton Bradley to create Trump: The Game. The game sold only 800,000 copies — less than half the 2 million units the company expected to move.

The game was discontinued in 1990 and Trump chalked the dismal sales up to the fact the game was ‘too complicated.’ Hasbro released a re-branded version of the game in 2004 to capitalize on Trump’s Apprentice-related popularity – that version also quickly went out of circulation.

Trump Magazine

Trump launched a magazine in 2007, a reinvention of Trump Style and Trump World. The publication’s advertising market was aimed at yachts and high-end commodities. The timing was poor as it was released just before 2008 and didn’t survive the crash.

Trump Steaks

During the second of three declarations of bankruptcy in Atlantic City, Trump owed Buckhead Beef more than $715,000, according to court filings. In 2007, he struck a deal with Buckhead Beef to create Trump Steaks, which was only sold through Sharper Image and QVC.

Trump Steaks failed to sell well and sales were discontinued after just two months. Sharper Image CEO Jerry Levin later said: ‘We literally sold almost no steaks. If we sold $50,000 of steaks grand total, I’d be surprised.’

Trump Mortgage

Trump launched his mortgage business in 2003. In the first year it fell short of projections by doing less than a third of the $3 billion in business that executives predicted. Just a few years after launching, the real estate market already began deflating and collapsed in 2008.

Trump Mortgage shuttered in September 2007, and never paid a $298,274 judgement it owed a former employee, nor the $3,555 it owed in unpaid taxes.

Trump travel site

GoTrump.com was a site very similar to other travel websites like Travelocity. It launched in 2006, but it folded in 2007. As an ultimate troll, today when the URL is typed out, it redirects to the website for anti-Trump Republican group The Lincoln Project.

Trump Tower Tampa

The 52-story Trump Tower in Tampa wasn’t conceived of or proposed or drafted up by Donald Trump — he just sold the use of his name to developers of the $300 million condo project for a cool $2 million. They, in turn, collected downpayments from individual buyers drawn in by the Trump mystique. After the project went belly-up in 2008 (it listed two scale models and some office furniture, worth a grand total of $3,500, as its only assets in bankruptcy court) buyers sued Trump for misleading them. He eventually settled, in some cases for as little as $11,115, with plaintiffs who had lost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Trump’s comms company

Trump registered in 1990 a trademark for Trumpnet under the category of ‘corporate telephone communication services’. It is not exactly clear what the company would have covered because it never got off the ground. The trademark was abandoned in 1992.

Donald Trump cologne 

 Success by Trump and Empire by Trump were two cologne brands sold exclusively by Macy’s until both the retailer and the cologne maker dropped the mogul in 2015 when he called illegal Mexican immigrants rapists and criminals during his campaign announcement.

In 2007 he also had Donald Trump: The Fragrance discontinued.

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