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Trump's Gross Hypocrisy/Corruption Thread, post em while you still can: UPDATES
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Divisive narcissist Fe-Man at it again.

Destroying America for profit one post at a time.

The constant attacks are backfiring in a big way now, Fe-man, and you are so detestable it feeds the Trump love.

Even people like me who thought he was a joke have realized he is our best and only hope, mostly thanks to the constant assault with no evidence which is now costing us hundreds of millions in tax money to investigate a proven lie.

Yeah, good work, crapsack.
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More of Trump "hiring the best people" Lmao

President Trump chooses inexperienced woman who planned his son Eric's wedding to run N.Y. federal housing programs

"She’s arranged tournaments at Trump golf courses, served as the liaison to the Trump family during his presidential campaign, and even arranged Eric Trump’s wedding.

Now President Trump has appointed longtime loyalist Lynne Patton — who has zero housing experience and claims a law degree the school says she never earned — to run the office that oversees federal housing programs in New York.

Patton was appointed Wednesday to head up the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Region II, which includes New York and New Jersey, where she’ll oversee distribution of billions of taxpayer dollars."

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"She also claims on her LinkedIn page to have obtained a juris doctorate degree in 2000 from Quinnipiac University School of Law in Connecticut. Next to the J.D. notation is written (N/A) without explanation.

On Thursday school registrar Jim Benson said Patton attended for two semesters but did not graduate.

She also listed Yale University but HUD officials couldn’t explain why that was there. Patton, who begins her Region II job July 5, did not return calls seeking comment."


http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics...-1.3251314

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Divisive Fecal-man at it again.

If a person does good work, why not use them.

Loyalty is important for a man under constant attack. Why wouldn't he use people close to him and family, especially if qualified.

I am not keen on nepotism but his daughter has a genius level I.Q. and wants to help.

I can't blame the guy for trying to form a secure unit with all the obvious Rope-a-Dope stories going around in the media.

The problem is, they are pushing these stories as true despite knowing they are false and it seems they don't want to admit the lie this time. Rope-a-Dope only works if you make them believe a lie you later expose so they look foolish for following it.

This narrative is just unraveling and there is no way to spin it anymore.
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Divisive Fecal-man at it again.

If a person does good work, why not use them.

Loyalty is important for a man under constant attack. Why wouldn't he use people close to him and family, especially if qualified.

I am not keen on nepotism but his daughter has a genius level I.Q. and wants to help.

I can't blame the guy for trying to form a secure unit with all the obvious Rope-a-Dope stories going around in the media.

The problem is, they are pushing these stories as true despite knowing they are false and it seems they don't want to admit the lie this time. Rope-a-Dope only works if you make them believe a lie you later expose so they look foolish for following it.

This narrative is just unraveling and there is no way to spin it anymore.


Nobody thinks it is a good idea to hire people without the proper experience and education to run huge public institutions that millions of Americans count on for basic housing.
In this case the woman also seems to be the type of person that knowingly fakes her resume and claims to have a law degree that she does not have. If Trump and his staff did any level of basic vetting of their hires they would not make such stupid mistakes. This is the third person that they have hired that had obvious lies on their resume or had plagiarized writings and did not acknowledge it. So Trump is hiring dishonest and unqualified people to run important governmental positions. That is not ever a good idea.

BTW, how do you know she has a genius level IQ?
Ivanka made most of her money in business from investing inherited money and being appointed to high level CEO positions because of her family connections just like her father did. He inherited about 800 million and if he had investing his money in index funds he would be worth over three times his current approximate net worth.
Trump is not genius and I am assuming neither is his daughter. We will see how she fares when her father and her husband are in jail for various corruption and obstruction of justice.

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"Trump's Business Ties in the Gulf Raise Questions About His Allegiances"
Source: New York Times


By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK JUNE 17, 2017

LONDON — President Trump has done business with royals from Saudi Arabia for at least 20 years, since he sold the Plaza Hotel to a partnership formed by a Saudi prince. Mr. Trump has earned millions of dollars from the United Arab Emirates for putting his name on a golf course, with a second soon to open.

He has never entered the booming market in neighboring Qatar, however, despite years of trying.

Now a feud has broken out among these three crucial American allies, and Mr. Trump has thrown his weight firmly behind the two countries where he has business ties, raising new concerns about the appearance of a conflict between his public role and his financial incentives.

Mr. Trump has said he is backing Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates because Qatar is “a funder of terror at a very high level.” But his stance toward Qatar, which is host to the largest American air base in the region, has differed sharply from the positions of the Pentagon and State Department. The secretaries of defense and state have stayed neutral, urging unity against the common enemy of the Islamic State."


Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/17/world...35284&_r=0

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"FBI Director nominee removed reference to case involving Russian government from law firm bio"
Source: CNN

"Donald Trump's nominee to be the director of the FBI, Christopher Wray, represented an American energy executive in 2006 who was being criminally investigated by the Russian government.

The detail, which was included on Wray's biography on the website of the law firm King and Spalding dating back to 2009, was removed in 2017, according to a KFile review of the Web Archive.

A copy of Wray's biography from the law firm King and Spalding archived in December 2016 noted that Wray had represented "an energy company president in a criminal investigation by Russian authorities." By June of this year, that information had been removed. The line appears to be the one of few bits of information ever removed from the page since 2009, with most of the changes since then consisting of minor word changes and additions.

The name of the client was not disclosed on Wray's biography. A spokesperson for King and Spalding declined to provide the name of client when asked, citing "the Rules of Professional Responsibility regarding client confidentiality." A DOJ spokesperson also would not provide further details."

Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/20/politics/k...index.html

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He Man  Wrote: (06-17-2017 11:08 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-17-2017 10:52 PM)
Divisive Fecal-man at it again.

If a person does good work, why not use them.

Loyalty is important for a man under constant attack. Why wouldn't he use people close to him and family, especially if qualified.

I am not keen on nepotism but his daughter has a genius level I.Q. and wants to help.

I can't blame the guy for trying to form a secure unit with all the obvious Rope-a-Dope stories going around in the media.

The problem is, they are pushing these stories as true despite knowing they are false and it seems they don't want to admit the lie this time. Rope-a-Dope only works if you make them believe a lie you later expose so they look foolish for following it.

This narrative is just unraveling and there is no way to spin it anymore.


Nobody thinks it is a good idea to hire people without the proper experience and education to run huge public institutions that millions of Americans count on for basic housing.
In this case the woman also seems to be the type of person that knowingly fakes her resume and claims to have a law degree that she does not have. If Trump and his staff did any level of basic vetting of their hires they would not make such stupid mistakes. This is the third person that they have hired that had obvious lies on their resume or had plagiarized writings and did not acknowledge it. So Trump is hiring dishonest and unqualified people to run important governmental positions. That is not ever a good idea.

BTW, how do you know she has a genius level IQ?
Ivanka made most of her money in business from investing inherited money and being appointed to high level CEO positions because of her family connections just like her father did. He inherited about 800 million and if he had investing his money in index funds he would be worth over three times his current approximate net worth.
Trump is not genius and I am assuming neither is his daughter. We will see how she fares when her father and her husband are in jail for various corruption and obstruction of justice.

is this a you are only allowed to bash Trump thread, or are we allowed to to provide facts that refute points being made as false, misleading and just outright disinformation.

Not saying those providing the information are doing so maliciously, but at minimum some of this copy paste material is coming from uninformed and ignorant sources. Sometimes a little research can help separate out this false information, and at least keep things a little more honest.

for example Trump did not inherit 600 million dollars, nor does any one know for sure how much he truly inherited. However there are estimates which may be seen as educated guesses based on the approximate value of known assets.

Did Donald Trump inherit $100 million?

But news reports show that it’s a bit of a mystery how much Trump inherited from his father, Fred Sr. When he died in 1999, the New York Times reported that "his estate has been estimated by the family at $250 million to $300 million." The New York Daily News reported at the time that the estate was worth $100 million to $300 million based on family estimates.

But how was it divvied up? That’s something that reporters have tried to sort out during the 2016 race.

The New York Times reported Jan. 2 that Fred Sr.’s will "divided the bulk of the inheritance, at least $20 million, among his children and their descendants, ‘other than my son Fred C. Trump Jr.’ "

Some of the grandchildren sued, and an "amicable" settlement was worked out.

But Donald Trump received money from his father long before his death.

A National Journal writer, S.V. Dáte, estimated Trump started with $40 million in 1974 when he became president of his father’s real estate company. By one estimate, the firm was worth about $200 million. Divided among Donald Trump and his four siblings, each would have received $40 million.

But the company wasn’t liquidated that year, so Trump didn’t receive that as cash.

In 1982, after running his father’s firm for eight years, Forbes magazine estimated Trump’s worth at $200 million.

http://www.politifact.com/florida/articl...0-million/

so even if Rubio was correct, the 100 million would still only be an eight of the 800 million you are claiming here. a fair rough estimate would put his inheritance at around 40 million and not the twenty fold exaggerated number you are trying to pass off as proof of mismanaged funds.

so if index funds at 800 million return 3x his current net worth, which Forbes has at 3.5 billion or 4.35 x the initial inheritance you claim he got. per your estimate of 3x this amount he should have 10.5 billion or an ROI of 13.125 times the inherited amount.

taking the true 40 million inheritance, which I have also seen documented elsewhere long before he ever ran for president... and multiplying this by the 13.125 based on what you claim his ROI should be ... we get ...525 million so his actual ROI is 6.66 times greater than what you claim it should be when using the 3.5 billion Forbes number from march of 2017.

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"Trump lawyer's firm steered millions in donations to family members, files show"
Source: The Guardian


"Documents obtained by the Guardian reveal Jay Sekulow approved plans to push people to give to his Christian nonprofit, which then paid big sums to his family"

Jon Swaine
Tuesday 27 June 2017 05.00 EDT Last modified on Tuesday 27 June 2017 05.02 EDT

"More than 15,000 Americans were losing their jobs each day in June 2009, as the US struggled to climb out of a painful recession following its worst financial crisis in decades.

But Jay Sekulow, who is now an attorney to Donald Trump, had a private jet to finance. His law firm was expecting a $3m payday. And six-figure contracts for members of his family needed to be taken care of.

Documents obtained by the Guardian show Sekulow that month approved plans to push poor and jobless people to donate money to his Christian nonprofit, which since 2000 has steered more than $60m to Sekulow, his family and their businesses.

Telemarketers for the nonprofit, Christian Advocates Serving Evangelism (Case), were instructed in contracts signed by Sekulow to urge people who pleaded poverty or said they were out of work to dig deep for a “sacrificial gift”.


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and now for a few facts, Jack...........chuckle



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BREAKING: Trump Buys Ton Of New White House Furniture, Goes On Taxpayer Spending Spree
http://news.groopspeak.com/breaking-trum...ing-spree/

Buried in this article is this little snippet:
It must be noted that Trump’s budget proposal has taken an ax to federal housing aid programs, with the exception of one that his company profits from.

As the Washington Post reports:

President Trump’s budget calls for sharply reducing funding for programs that shelter the poor and combat homelessness — with a notable exception: It leaves intact a type of federal housing subsidy that is paid directly to private landlords.

One of those landlords is Trump himself, who earns millions of dollars each year as a part-owner of Starrett City, the nation’s largest subsidized housing complex. Trump’s 4 percent stake in the Brooklyn complex earned him at least $5 million between January of last year and April 15, according to his recent financial disclosure.

… The budget calls for a nearly 29 percent cut, or $1.8 billion, to public housing and a 5 percent drop, or nearly $1 billion, in vouchers that allow tenants to use the aid on the housing of their choice, according to Douglas Rice, a senior policy analyst at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. In contrast, the program that directs money to Starrett City and other privately owned housing would see a reduction of about half a percent, or $65 million, from its $10.8 billion allocation.
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"Guess Who Came to Dinner With Flynn and Putin"

"It was a (red) star-studded affair, the December 2015 dinner celebrating the 10th birthday of Russian TV network RT. At a luxe Moscow hotel, President Vladimir Putin and a host of Russian luminaries toasted a state-backed news channel that U.S. intelligence calls a Kremlin mouthpiece.

And next to Putin at the head table, in the seat of honor, was an American. Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who would later become Donald Trump's national security adviser, was already advising Trump's presidential campaign when he was paid $45,000 to speak at the gala.

"It is not coincidence that Flynn was placed next to President Putin," said Michael McFaul, U.S. ambassador in Moscow from 2012 to 2014 and now an NBC News analyst. "Flynn was considered a close Trump adviser. Why else would they want him there?"

Flynn's Moscow jaunt, like his oddly timed phone chats with the Russian ambassador, has been well reported. But who else came to dinner on Dec. 10, 2015? An NBC News review of video and photos from the RT gala shows a healthy serving of ex-spies, cronies and oligarchs, with a side of friendly journalists and another American.

Flynn was one of 10 people at the head table, including the Kremlin's top leadership. Three of the Russians, including Putin, were under U.S. sanctions at the time for their role in Russia's annexation of Crimea.

Dmitry Peskov and Sergey Ivanov

Sergey Ivanov (right), then Putin's chief of staff, sat directly across the table from Flynn at the gala. To his left, is Putin's nominal spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, who U.S. officials say is really the Russian president's de facto national security adviser. RT

Sergey Ivanov, then Putin's chief of staff, sat directly across the table from Flynn. A former KGB general who at one point ran KGB operations in Africa, he has also served as Russian defense minister and deputy prime minister. Ivanov had been under U.S. and European sanctions for a year and a half by the date of the dinner.

Next to Ivanov was Dmitry Peskov, nominally Putin's spokesman, but more importantly his de facto national security adviser, say U.S. officials. Like almost everyone at the head table that night, he speaks perfect English.

Flanking Putin on his right, two seats from Flynn, sat Alexey Gromov, Putin's deputy chief of staff. U.S. intelligence considers Gromov to be Putin's head propagandist. According to the January 6 Intelligence Community report on Russian interference in the U.S. election, "Gromov oversees political coverage on TV, and he has periodic meetings with media managers where he shares classified information and discusses their coverage plans."

He's also been accused by U.S. intelligence of "ordering media attacks on opposition figures." He has worked directly for the Russian president, first in the Press Office, then as press attache and, since 2008, as deputy chief of staff. He too was on U.S. and European sanctions the day of the dinner.

Margarita Simonyan

Margarita Simonyan is a personal friend of Putin, and worked in one of his presidential campaigns before being chosen to head RT. She took Putin's seat next to Flynn when Putin went to the stage to speak. RT

After Putin got up to make his speech, his place at Flynn's side was taken by Margarita Simonyan, RT's editor-in-chief. She is also editor-in-chief of Rossiya Segodnya, a state-owned and operated Russian news agency created by Putin. A personal friend of Putin, she worked in one of his presidential campaigns before being chosen by Gromov to head RT. The U.S. intelligence assessment of RT paints Simonyan as the lead person, along with Gromov, engaging in "information warfare" against U.S. policies. She is described as "closely tied to, controlled by the Kremlin."

In his dinner speech, Putin praised RT for its objectivity, disclaiming any influence on its coverage."


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http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/guess-...in-n742696

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and thats what really bothers you isnt it?

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The Deplorable Lunatic  Wrote: (07-01-2017 05:15 AM)
and thats what really bothers you isnt it?

You really think it bothers He-Man that orange is the new white?Rofl

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Isabella  Wrote: (07-01-2017 05:28 AM)
The Deplorable Lunatic  Wrote: (07-01-2017 05:15 AM)
and thats what really bothers you isnt it?

You really think it bothers He-Man that orange is the new white?Rofl





he is a bit orange Jhikpghf

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