...Sunny Isles, one of Trump's major real estate ventures in Florida, is known as "Little Moscow". After Trump travelled to Russia and used aggressive marketing strategies to lure Russian elites, 60% of the development was bought up by gangsters and people who were already on the intelligence communities radar. They then used the properties to launder billions of dollars through Ukrainian banks. They also used that property and Trump Tower in NYC to run massive gambling syndicates, all with the consent of Trump of course. One fugitive mobster, Vyacheslav Ivankov, was the head of the gambling ring. He bought his office at Trump Tower back in 1992.
Notice how Trump's 'Taj Mahal' hotel & casino looks very, erm, Russian.
edit: Trump was also fined 10M by the US Treasury for failing to implement and maintain an effective anti-money laundering operation at all his casinos. It was long known in those circles that Trump was laundering Russian mafia money through his ventures. After America banks ditched him for bankruptcy his business was kept afloat by an outfit called 'Bayrock' who just happened to be tenants at Trump Tower. Bayrock was run by another Russian linked gangster, Felix Sater. It's all public knowledge now fellas.