Re: as is usual, a tangent rather than a direct answer
Here you go wehav, a list of some of your dear leaders scandals and of some of those by others in his admin.
A clip from it there are more
• The presidency is benefiting Trump’s business in numerous ways. Government officials have stayed in hotels that bear Trump’s name, for example, while some foreign government officials have taken steps to curry favor by better accommodating Trump-branded properties in their countries.
Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club doubled its membership rates after he won the White House. Trump’s companies sold more than $35 million in real estate last year, according to one report. Many of the sales went to opaque shell companies, which hide the buyers’ identities, and flow into a trust the president may access. Trump International Realty, run by Eric and Donald Trump Jr., the president’s sons, is seeking new business in South Florida.
Also: Eric Trump has been giving his father quarterly updates on the financial health of his businesses, despite promises that the president would have no involvement. Those businesses have also done deals with foreign governments, despite the president’s pledge that they wouldn’t.
• Trump has spent more than $30 million of taxpayer money traveling to properties he owns, by one estimate.
I hate to tell these guys, but at some point, all these ethics violations ARE going to rear their ugly head, and Trump WILL have to face the music for them. As always, it’s just a matter of time....
Re: Monitor Alert
Nope - just got back from 6 weeks in Florida....it was great! Looking forward to my next one, taking my luxurious 45 foot bus out to Washington DC for an upcoming march. Maybe you want to come along....leave your guns in their barrels of grease...
When the axe finally falls on the Mueller investigation, Jen. There is going to be a whole lot of quiet on this forum!! LOL!! This is going to be so much fun!!