Trump Steaks: Trademark was canceled in 2014, report says

After Mitt Romney knocked Donald Trump over his defunct Trump Steaks line of beef cuts, Trump touted his steaks at a March 8 news conference in Jupiter, saying, “I have very successful companies.”

Trump later joked with a crowd of supporters gathered at the event that they could take one home for “50 bucks a steak. No, I’m only kidding.”

Steaks are removed from display after republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump held a news conference at Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida on March 8, 2016. (Richard Graulich / The Palm Beach Post)

Steaks are removed from display after republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump held a news conference at Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida on March 8, 2016. (Richard Graulich / The Palm Beach Post)

Since then, The Palm Beach Post found that the steaks presented at that news conference were not, in fact, Trump Steaks. Rather, they came from Bush Brothers Provisions Co., a West Palm Beach-based supplier that sells steaks to several Trump properties.

Now, NBC News reports that the trademark on Trump Steaks was canceled in December 2014.

Read the full NBC News report.

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