American Bridge launches 'Donald Trump Screwed Me' project
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A liberal super-PAC on Thursday announced the launch of a new project to solicit information from people who have been "personally screwed" by presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpGiuliani goes off on Fox Business host after she compares him to Christopher Steele Trump looks to shore up support in Nebraska NYT: Trump had 7 million in debt mostly tied to Chicago project forgiven MORE.

The project, titled "Donald Trump Screwed Me," is an effort by American Bridge to share stories from current and former employees, tenants and people who have been scammed by Trump's businesses. Digital ads will focus on Trump's properties in Manhattan, Atlantic City and Palm Beach.


The website,, asks for people's names and a description of their stories. It also asks whether that person would be willing to speak publicly about the experience.

"If you have been personally screwed by Donald Trump, or have a friend or relative who has been taken advantage of by Trump, we want to hear from you!" the website says.

"Telling your story will help make sure that others like you are not abused by Trump. Together, we can put an end to Donald Trump’s aggressive business tactics that hurt hard-working Americans while he’s padding his pockets with your blood, sweat, and money."

American Bridge President Jessica Mackler said in a statement that the initiative is launching because "too many regular people have been hurt by Donald Trump's exploitative self-enrichment and their stories deserve to be heard."

"Trump built his fortune by preying on seniors, veterans, small businesses, and middle class families. He's a con man who has consistently pushed the limits to take advantage regular people," the statement said.

Mackler said Trump needs to be held accountable.

"So we at American Bridge encourage anyone who's ever done business with Donald Trump to visit and share their story."
American Bridge plans to launch other projects throughout the next several months to hold Trump accountable.
It says that Trump has been using dishonest practices for decades, referencing years of housing discrimination, tenant abuses and the ongoing scandal with Trump University.