Tag Archives: Kushner
Well – at last it is out in the open. Jared Kushner got fined. As everybody knows: he was dishonest in one or to compulsory disclosures. So he got fined, for one of these.
Trump certainly gets a lot done. He tears through communication folks faster than Henry VIII through wives. Scaramucci, who simply loved loved loved Trump so so so much – is out. As predicted.
So Donald Trump junior is transparent? Now that’s news. Maybe Kellyanne the Con can spell out opaque to the president? Maybe Conway can use a flip-over and a few flash cards to teach Trump the difference between opaque, transparent, opaqueness, … Continue reading
“I think you’re going to find it very informative and very, very interesting,” Trump said at his Westchester County golf club (where else), on the seventh of June 2016. Now he denies all knowledge of the meeting between Ms. Veselnitskaya, … Continue reading
The Kremlin has no clue who that lawyer is. Trump senior has no clue who that lawyer is. Trump junior, Kushner, Manaford – the rest, only know that lawyer is pretty, pretty crafty, pretty Russian.
Here we go yet again. One Ivanka claims she’s not into politics. Then she turns up at G20 tables, replacing daddy-the-president. A bit later, she thanks all the world leaders. By the way: what is her security clearance? Her so-called … Continue reading
While Trump is in the news for his bloody tweets, another headache is brewing. One of Trump’s lawyers is already getting bad news coverage for pilfering donations. Now another one is involved in deals between Kushner and Leviev.
Yesterday, Trump’s lawyer was “caught” sluicing donations from the poor and jobless through his NGO, to fund his lifestyle. Now the New York Times and other media disclose Trump’s former campaign leader Paul Manafort earned $ 17 million – dubbed … Continue reading
It’s not just the Trump admin, nor just the GOP who love to “take from the poor”. What else to call this latest version of a healthcare act. How else to call the present version of the Trump Care Act, … Continue reading