Donald Trump to pay $2 million to settle New York Attorney General civil lawsuit against Trump Foundation and his children - CNNPolitics

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A New York state judge ordered President Donald Trump to pay $2 million to a collection of nonprofit organizations in connection with a settlement with the New York state attorney general's office to resolve a civil lawsuit alleging the foundation unlawfully coordinated with the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.
Donald Trump to pay $2 million to settle New York Attorney General civil lawsuit against Trump Foundation and his children - CNNPolitics
Politics • by Adrian88 • 63 views •  14 comments • 1 week ago

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And again..how low can you get. And dear trailor park guys-anticipating your reactions: Do you REALLY think a court is part of your conspiracy theory? filled up with "ultra left wing radicals"? Really?

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@Adrian88 To say that the courts are not stacked with political puppets and radicals is embarrassingly naive.
This is a settlement, cheaper than a drawn out trial. No doubt over a bullsh*t technicality. The Peoples Republic of NY is all about separating you from your money.Sucking out the last drop of blood; and then sh*tting on you because there's no more to take...
FUCK NEW YORK!

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@CanyonD you cousinlovers want no taxes. New Yorkers like us pay for all the bombs and rockets and jets and tanks and warships and nuclear weapons that protect you. suck on that!

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Yes Really! Making a last ditch effort to get some money while they can.

They are going to miss his money when he resides in Florida....

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"I am the only person I know, perhaps the only person in history, who can give major money to charity ($19M), charge no expense, and be attacked by the political hacks in New York State. No wonder why we are all leaving!" smiley smiley

I love the fact that he considers 19 million to be major money for charity. Its even funnier when one considers that Bill Gates has donated 45.5 billion dollars so far and that Jeff Bezos gave $2 billion last year alone. smiley smiley

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I don't know what people want from him. He can't make money on his businesses. None of his family members take a paycheck,It all goes to charity (Obamas mom-in-law gets a check still for child care pension) She was paid nanny for the girls $162,000 a year.Even after they were older, and could self care. That is some babysitting gig. No other president has ever given up all abilities to make money, and donate several wage checks. Agree to take no pension afterwards. This is my president period. You might want to look at how that money got stopped from being used. Dems locked his foundations down for scrutiny. Say what you will about him or me. This will all be vindicated and President Trump will have the last laugh. I sure hope all of D.C can swim tears are going to be deep and running fast. I rest my case.

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@fortunate1 "He can't make money on his businesses."

"No other president has ever given up all abilities to make money, and donate several wage checks."

I suppose you haven't followed up on the emoluments clause controversy? The fees he charged on the US Secret Service for using an apartment on Trump Tower when he refused to move to the White House?
www.newsweek.com/government-payi...

The fees charged to US Delegations and Military in for forced stays in his Scotland hotel?
www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/...

The latest G7 debacle at his Doral resort?
www.theguardian.com/world/2019/o...

Nobody is criticizing you for your beliefs and they shouldnt. ...
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He is no saint and he didn't get where he is by being one or being stupid. My eyes are not closed. We voted in a non politician billionaire playboy with a mind like a strategic trap. I guess, I should just sum it up. Compared to the past $hit shows we have had for presidents, he is doing his best. I admit I do not know about all the laws and deep down rules of the presidents. Thanks for your input.

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@fortunate1 Thank you for your civilized reply. My point here was that everywhere you look, when in comes to people in positions of power, you will always find skeletons in the closet. The very nature of power invites its abuse. And that is a general rule applicable to all, irrespective of political affiliation.

Each of us makes an informed choice in choosing a President by weighing on whether the effects of his actions were for the benefit of the public interest or his personal interest. Its a subjective choice for all. smiley

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The professional politicians are the reason for a lot of these fees. Not to mention he is still alive with the Clintons still loose!

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@oldshuntr Perhaps they should smiley

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@CanyonD perhaps you should...

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Hahaha! Trump and his supporters were accusing Clinton of doing this! That's how you can tell when Trump is guilty of something.. when he accuses anybody else of anything. smiley smiley

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@thesslazarus Or, like with Ukraine, he works them. Gets them to come after him and then he opens thier closet doors.

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