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New York sues Trump Foundation, alleging 'extensive' lawbreaking

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posted on Jun, 14 2018 @ 08:07 PM
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Trump is a criminal, always has been and always will be. Those defending him are a disgrace to America. He should be in prison.




posted on Jun, 14 2018 @ 08:58 PM
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originally posted by: JIMC5499

originally posted by: vinifalou

I think the Mr. Trump saluting the NK general is pretty huge BREAKING NEWS.

What a joke.


RETURNING the salute of a NK General. Get it right. President Trump is the Commander in Chief of the US military it would be an insult not to return it.



He doesn’t have to salute to what, 2 or 3 levels of rank below him?




posted on Jun, 14 2018 @ 09:04 PM
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originally posted by: angeldoll
There is no way in hell they would bring a lawsuit against a sitting president unless they could prove every word of it.

This investigation into the Trump foundation has been on-going for 20 months according to reports.

Face it. He's a thief.




It’s against his foundation and family.

Annoying ankle biting tactic.


Like small dogs on esspresso.




posted on Jun, 14 2018 @ 09:09 PM
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originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: Grimpachi

Nope, it appears no charges have been filed, why is that?


That was the narrative when he did the fundraiser instead of the debate, before it was over!

It’s all BS!




posted on Jun, 14 2018 @ 09:56 PM
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originally posted by: burgerbuddy

originally posted by: JIMC5499

originally posted by: vinifalou

I think the Mr. Trump saluting the NK general is pretty huge BREAKING NEWS.

What a joke.


RETURNING the salute of a NK General. Get it right. President Trump is the Commander in Chief of the US military it would be an insult not to return it.



He doesn’t have to salute to what, 2 or 3 levels of rank below him?



He doesnt have to salute at all. He is a civilian and not a member of the armed forces. Also since he is in civilian clothes he shouldnt be saluting at all military member or not but its become the norm for some presidents to do so anyway starting with Reagan. But saluting a foreign general? I dont know if that has ever happened before.



posted on Jun, 15 2018 @ 08:14 AM
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originally posted by: burgerbuddy
He doesn’t have to salute to what, 2 or 3 levels of rank below him?



It's called military courtesy. It's how it is SUPPOSED to be done. Of course some of our previous Presidents didn't know what that meant. It cost Trump nothing, but, it might have earned a little goodwill. I'll bet that if he hadn't returned the salute the MSM would be all over that.

Trump could kick away a Rottweiler attacking a baby and the headline would read "Trump Cruel to Animals."



posted on Jun, 15 2018 @ 08:50 AM
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originally posted by: CB328
Trump is a criminal, always has been and always will be. Those defending him are a disgrace to America. He should be in prison.


Any sources to back your claims?

Or is it just your mental illness and delusional behavior speaking?



posted on Jun, 15 2018 @ 09:38 AM
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originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: Grimpachi

Nope, it appears no charges have been filed, why is that?


Maybe because Clinton Derangement Syndrome isn't against the law only sad.



posted on Jun, 15 2018 @ 09:41 AM
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originally posted by: CB328
Trump is a criminal, always has been and always will be. Those defending him are a disgrace to America. He should be in prison.


Hillary is a criminal, always has been and always will be. Those defending her are a disgrace to America. She should be in prison.

See how interchangeable that is...…





posted on Jun, 15 2018 @ 09:48 AM
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a reply to: GuidedKill

No.

You can't compare someone who's accused of selling the country to the Saudis, Iran and Russia, using a private server to store classified and top secret, and conspiracy against an opposite candidate, to someone who's being accused of...

Saluting a NK general...

Dating a stripper...

And...

and...

Well, I guess that's it.



posted on Jun, 15 2018 @ 05:56 PM
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a reply to: JIMC5499

Courtesy and respect. Amazing to see that in office again.



posted on Jun, 16 2018 @ 02:26 PM
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a reply to: vinifalou

The real masters of the U.S.'s establishment have really got it in for D.J. Trump. I can almost hear all the puppet strings vibrating. Can you even imagine the horror, when Putin repossesses Alaska, per the 100 year old management contract that the Tsar made with Henry Seward, back in 1867? " Seward's Folly", has run it's course, and now the Russkies want their Alaska back. The U.S. has been stalling over the USSR's reneging on war debts, but those are apples to oranges. Trump is a Real Estate Tycoon, and just last week in Singapore, he used Real Estate mantras to convince Kim, aka Rocket Boy, that there's a better way forwards for the DPRK. The bad old USSR is gone, and now there may be two choices, for repatriating Alaska, into Russian America.

Door # 1 opens up and Vlad Putin marches in, all the way to Juneau.

Door #2 opens up, when and if, our Gov't can track down the last of the Imperial Romanov's, hiding out here in North America. They alone are the true descendants of the Tsar who sold the management contract to Sec'y Seward, in the first place.

Door #3 stays closed, while the U.S. dawdles with the Russian Federation, over the preceding USSR's war debts. But here's the kicker, Trump, as well as any real estate professional, knows the futility of writing titles and granting mineral rights pursuant to an expired management contract/lease. And all of that money distributed from the Ayalaska Oil Pipeline to Prudehoe Bay, which went to the native Alaskans did so on the express requirements that the Tsar put into this lease.

So Door #4 is that Big Oil simply absconds from it's requirements, since those terms of Seward's lease have expired. They would never have given any Alaska natives the perspiration off of their left testicle, much less any share in their oil revenues. Only because the Tsar had the foresight to put these requirements down on paper, do they share in any of those revenues.

Now, I hope that the totally psychotic fears of the Deep State over POTUS "Real Estate Tycoon", Trump passing greetings between his cabinet and Russian Federation Diplomats, makes more sense. They are all quaking in their boots that POTUS might honor Seward's Folly's lease and return Alaska to it's rightful owners, either here, or in modern day Russia.

Also, can anyone expect P.M. Trudeau to "poke the bear", by selling us strategic metals, like steel and aluminum, if the Russians are camped out right on the northern doorstep of British Columbia? Historically, this is called, a threat in being!

So, stop Trump, stop Trump, Stop--------.



posted on Jun, 16 2018 @ 02:34 PM
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Also, can anyone expect P.M. Trudeau to "poke the bear", by selling us strategic metals, like steel and aluminum, if the Russians are camped out right on the northern doorstep of British Columbia? Historically, this is called, a threat in being!


Looks like Canada may be considering doing just that, using the Magnitsky Law!


Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said Tuesday that she is open to using a law normally reserved for leaders responsible for human rights violations to impose retaliatory sanctions on the Trump Administration. Those sanctions would target the administration itself rather than the American people.

The Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act, also known as the Sergei Magnitsky Law, would allow Ottawa (to impose travel bans and asset freezes on foreign leaders. Regina-Lewvan MP Erin Weir proposed the measure during a Question Period with Freeland earlier this week. Weir noted that the law might be particularly useful because Trump has "made himself vulnerable" by maintaining personal business interests.
www.pluralist.com...




posted on Jun, 17 2018 @ 12:07 PM
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a reply to: Sookiechacha

I followed the link, and this would be apples and oranges to Russkies camped out in Russian America, ( Alaska ). If Seward's Folly, fulfilled since 1967, goes back to either the Romanov's or the present day Russian Federation, the biggest tree to fall would be B.P. whom I believe still runs the Oil Pipeline from Prudehoe Bay to Anchorage, ( Valdez ). Willie Sutton claimed he robbed banks because, "that's where the money is". The really big players are in real estate deals, "because that's where the really big money is, over the long term". Dot com's crash every now and then. Me Too's can bring down the Hollywood moguls in a heartbeat. And there's always the possibility of some super computer virus, acting like the old Conelrad radio network, which jumps around the internet so fast, that no anti virus can catch up with it. Or for that matter a new "Carrington Event", which knocks all the solid state electronic boards out in one fell swoop. Then you'll all get to use old tube radios, many still sporting those little triangle Conelrad logos on their dial.

B.O. tried to lock up all of Alaska, by calling it's sub arctic rain forests, endangered wetlands. But a real estate tycoon like Trump, may do the same, since he knows better that to make grants, oil leases, sales, and land patents, on a leasehold which has already expired, way back in 1967.

BTW, this stunt could really blow up in the Cannucks faces. All Trump and the Republicans need, will be a court decision, that puts the Dimms into the Magsnisky Act crockpot, since they are the ones, who passed these laws which Trump is only executing in following the Oath he took, when he assumed the Presidency. Most of what he's done with his pen is only removing parts of the preceding administration's over reaching regulations. Trump is enforcing black letter laws, when he must separate kids from their now criminal parents. DUH!

BTW, Canadians don't mess around at the border either. I can remember them grabbing American kids away from a tribe of "Earth Firster's" trying to cross into British Columbia in order to pull their green weenie resistance crap.



posted on Jun, 17 2018 @ 12:24 PM
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a reply to: knoxie

That painting would only be an advertising gimmick for one of the two charities. An artist, in a charity, did a six minute speed drawing of Trump, which got them a hefty donation, and the other bunch, IIRC, put on the event, and got the other half of the donation.

Get real Knoxie, if these two were kids running a corner lemonade stand, to raise money for a pet shelter, would you ask Trump to buy the drink, and then pour it into the ground. Either way, not using the purchase constructively, would only diss the souls' peddling them, for either, large or small, charities. Somehow, I doubt that a six minute speed drawing of Trump will survive their next redecorating binge. But his charity org. donated to two deserving recipients, and he never publicly dissed the artist, by tossing out that six minute speed drawing. But it ain't no Rembrandt, either.




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