15 things Donald Trump’s campaign couldn’t afford in Brooklyn

Trump's campaign is under water. Via Trump's Facebook.

Trump’s campaign is under water. Via Trump’s Facebook.

Mr. Trump began June with just $1.3 million in cash on hand, a figure more typical for a campaign for the House of Representatives than the White House. He trailed Hillary Clinton, who raised more than $28 million in May, by more than $41 million, according to reports filed late Monday night with the Federal Election Commission.

New York Times, June 20, 2016

15 things Trump’s campaign couldn’t afford:

-A house with a two-car garage in Ditmas Park ($2.2 million)

Two city run animal shelters ($10 million)

-A three-bedroom condo in the Edge in Williamsburg ($2.6 million)

-The 1,100 packed containers of retail-ready liquid THC, liquid PCP, liquid HGH, psychedelic mushrooms seized by cops in Brooklyn in March ($2.5 million street value)

-A four-family home at 316 East 9th St. in Kensington ($1.4 million)

-3,600 sqft four story three family brownstone at 519 Putnam Ave. in Bed-Stuy ($2.3 million)

-5 bed, two-bath home at 308 11th St. in Park Slope ($1.9 million)

-This fake donation to a Brooklyn high school for field trips ($1.5 million)

-“Charming” two-family duplex at 541 Sixth Ave. in South Slope ($1.725 million)

-Brooklyn Community Foundation’s Invest in Youth grant program ($1.5 million)

-Making Ample Hills ice cream ($4 million)

-An NYC lottery Frenzy scratch off payout ($3 million)

-Buying out five holdouts from this senior facility ($3.35 million)

-Building an indoor pool in Staten Island ($50 million)

-Investing in Nas’s startup that makes food from crickets ($4 million)

Thing he could afford:

Two of these Brooklyn driveway sheds (half a million dollars)