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Donald Trump accepts gold bullion (real money) as lease payment from commercial tenant
(NaturalNews) The return of real money has made a triumphant re-entry into the US economy with the recent acceptance by The Trump Organization of gold bullion as payment for a commercial lease property. APMEX, one of the largest dealers of precious metals in the US, paid Donald Trump's company three, one kilo bars (roughly 96.45 troy ounces) of .9999 pure Gold as a security deposit for its newly-leased space on the 50th floor of 40 Wall Street, also known as the Trump Building.
Representing the first time in history that Mr. Trump's organization has ever accepted gold bullion as a money payment, the transaction is truly groundbreaking. Not only does the property APMEX is leasing take up the entire 50th floor in Mr. Trump's "crown jewel" of lower Manhattan, but the sheer scope of its lease agreement proves once again that using Gold as money is a solid and viable way to do business.
"The legacy of Gold as a precious commodity has transcended to become a viable currency and an accepted universal monetary standard," stated Mr. Trump at a recent press conference for the event. "Central Banks around the world are holding Gold as a reserve asset. It is also a terrific, potentially lucrative diversifier in a portfolio, especially with such volatility in the stock market.