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that's sweet of you to keep checking on my mental ability to follow your train of thought.
1. is this illegal?
2. has the Clinton fund done anything similar to this?
See, in my tiny little mind, I have to think that however morally wrong this may have been, it's the way the rich and stupid filthy rich folks do business. Folks like Trump, and the Clinton's alike.
So before you start thinking you have "won the internet", you may want to be sure you aren't just opening your pie hole a bit to wide.
Again, thanks for being so smart.
originally posted by: tribal
a reply to: ManBehindTheMask
superiority complex much? because that IS the implication in castigating those you disagree with....
"look at me, im so much more enlightened than everyone else....i can see things that others cant see....im special....i must be much more intelligent and insightful...."
blah blah blah
We know Trump isn't perfect but he beats Hillary.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
a reply to: tribal
I've been arguing politics with ManBehindTheMask for years now. What he's saying isn't coming from a superiority complex. I imagine it's from utter disbelief at how American conservativism has been co-opted this election by an orange con man and how many "conservatives" are being willfully ignorant, fawning over a corrupt lying crony because he gets in front of microphone and lies.
That would be my guess.
You would be accurate old friend! We may not agree on politics but I believe we do on principles lol...Cheers bud
A longtime aide to the Trump family defended Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s record of charitable giving on Wednesday, arguing some money given to Trump’s foundation by third parties "is his money."
Lynne Patton, a senior assistant to three of Trump’s adult children and the vice president of son Eric Trump’s charitable foundation, told The Des Moines Register that some donations to the Donald J. Trump Foundation should be recognized as contributions from Trump himself because in some cases that money would have been paid to Trump directly.
“A lot of times Mr. Trump will give a speech somewhere or he’ll raise money in some way and he asks that that entity, instead of cutting a personal check to him, cut it to his charity,” Patton said. “That’s money that otherwise would’ve been in his personal account, right?”
“So when he cuts a check from his foundation for let’s say, St. Jude, it is his money,” she added. “No ifs, ands or ways about it.”