'Major league all-star of grifting': Trump slammed by former staffer for ripping off hospice patient - Raw Story - Celebrating 17 Years of Independent Journalism. Appearing on MSNBC early Easter Sunday morning, a former official in Donald Trump's administration claimed he was appalled at a New York Times report that showed that Donald Trump's 2020 re-election campaign was scamming supporters out of cash with a deceptive recurring payment scheme.
Speaking with host Kendis Gibson, former Homeland Security chief of staff Miles Taylor expressed disgust with the former president. With Gibson pointing out, "One person in the New York Times reporting was a cancer patient in hospice who couldn't afford utilities or rent," Taylor lashed out at Trump. "My mother is a hospice nurse, you see how difficult life is for people at end of life and to raid someone of their money at the end of their life has to add onto that hardship for the whole family," he explained. "So, on the one hand, Trump doesn't want to shake their hands but he wants to raid their pocketbooks," he continued.
Watch below: MSNBC 04 04 2021 07 39 47www.youtube.com Watch below: Dog Rescue Charity With Links To Lara Trump Funnelling Millions To Donald Trump. It doesn't get much lower than this, people.
Using charities to funnel money into your own pockets. But that's what the Trumps do. And this one is probably going to run for the U.S. Senate next year in North Carolina. Source: Huffington Post A dog rescue charity with links to Lara Trump has spent as much as $1.9 million at former President Donald Trump’s properties over the last seven years and will drop an additional quarter-million at his Mar-a-Lago country club this weekend.According to a permit filed with the town of Palm Beach, Florida, Big Dog Ranch Rescue estimates it will spend $225,000 at the club where Donald Trump has taken up full-time residence since leaving the White House.
Trump’s Long Con Is Finally Catching Up With Him. Mary Trump thinks ex-president will pretend to run again because it's the best money maker he's ever had - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism. Former President Donald Trump announced at the CPAC conference that he "may" run again in 2024, but his niece, Dr.
Mary Trump, predicted that he won't, but will likely pretend. This 'key piece of the puzzle' could force Trump to face criminal charges: Former prosecutor - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism. On Monday, following the Supreme Court's refusal to block Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance from obtaining former President Donald Trump's tax returns, former federal prosecutor Elie Honig walked through how the information in these records could put Trump on the hook for criminal charges.
"There is public reporting how Trump and his businesses might have stretched the tax law, but let's be frank, the tax law is written very liberally for a lot of these businesses. A lot of people stretch them. They hire lawyers to do that," said anchor Jim Sciutto. "What is the standard to establish that Trump or his businesses broke the law? " "They will have to prove that Donald Trump or anybody else in the Trump Organization knowingly and intentionally inflated or deflated the value of their assets. The tax case has been bouncing between courts for months, with the Supreme Court last year ruling presidents are not immune from these sorts of investigations. Manhattan DA issues key new subpoena as it investigates Donald Trump: report - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism.
The investigation into former President Donald Trump continues to move forward, according to an exclusive new report by Reuters.
"The Manhattan District Attorney's Office has subpoenaed a New York City property tax agency as part of a criminal investigation into Donald Trump's company, the agency confirmed on Friday, suggesting prosecutors are examining the former president's efforts to reduce his commercial real-estate taxes for possible evidence of fraud," Reuters reported. "The subpoena is the latest indication that Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. is looking at the values Trump assigned to several commercial properties in tax filings and loan documents," Reuters reported. "Along with information already subpoenaed from creditors, the tax agency documents would help investigators determine whether Trump's business inflated the value of his properties to secure favorable terms on loans while deflating those values to lower tax bills for those same properties.
" WATCH: Trump Plaza Atlantic City Implosion. Once again, here we are in the Dept.
Of Obvious Symbolism. Officials say it will start "sometime around 9 a.m. " but could be earlier -- or slightly later. Via the New York Times: ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — It will not be the biggest or the best implosion ever.An auction for the rights to detonate the dynamite to begin the implosion of Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., fizzled.Front-row seats to view Wednesday morning’s planned spectacle were sold on the cheap.
Onlookers in cars will be charged $10 and herded into a lot most recently used as a pandemic-era food distribution site.Still, the demolition will mark the symbolic finale of the former president’s casino empire in the seaside resort city. Grifters Gotta Grift. At this point is anyone surprised that Lord Damp Nut tried to shake-down Parler?
Local Wise Guy Wants To Wet His Beak would be my headline, but what do I know? The Trump Organization negotiated on behalf of then-president Donald Trump to make Parler his primary social network, but it had a condition: an ownership stake in return for joining, according to documents and four people familiar with the conversations. The deal was never finalized, but legal experts said the discussions alone, which occurred while Trump was still in office, raise legal concerns with regards to anti-bribery laws. I bet that went over well with the Mercers.
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Thanks to loyalist Jason Miller's legal woes - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism. Two weeks after former President Donald Trump left office, his new leadership PAC is already dodging its first subpoena, Salon has learned.
The PAC, Save America, refused to respond to an attorney's questions about whether former Trump campaign strategist Jason Miller, who now identifies himself as a senior adviser to Trump while claiming to be unemployed, is on its payroll. Instead, the PAC passed the matter along to Miller's personal attorney, who says he accepted the responsibility without knowing why. Unpaid legal work for a political committee is considered an in-kind donation, and must be reported to the Federal Election Commission.
The subpoena came up last week in an email sent by a lawyer representing AJ Delgado, a former official in Trump's 2016 campaign and the mother of Miller's child, who has battled Miller in family court for child support over the past two years. That response appears to elide or evade the core issue. Campaign finance experts say the scheme is illegal. Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump's multi-million-dollar profits made while working for the government - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism. Despite the pandemic, which took a toll on many businesses across the United States, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner reportedly made substantial profits during their time working for the U.S. government under former President Donald Trump's administration.
According to a report published by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, the affluent couple's final financial disclosure reports, which cover the duration of 2020 up to Jan. 20, 2021, signal monetary profits of "$23,791,645 and $120,676,949 in combined outside income. " The analysis also highlights a number of questionable aspects of Trump's disclosure reports that centers on "fixed guaranteed payments she arranged to receive from a few entities to prevent a situation in which she would have a stake in their performance while she worked in the White House.
" CREW reports: Kushner also unveiled "Kushner Companies BVI Limited," a new company he has formed offshore in the British Virgin Islands. Donald Trump's campaign owes almost half its debt to its own company: new filings - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism. The Trump campaign can continue to raise money after claiming more than $2.7 million in debt in its last federal finance report of the year, with nearly half that deficit owed to a shell company that was created and run by top campaign officials.
The filing, submitted Sunday to the Federal Election Commission, also said that the campaign refunded more than $11 million in illegal donations to nearly 4,300 contributors after the November election, even though, as a senior campaign official told Salon, the Republican National Committee automatically redirected excessive repeat donations from the Trump campaign to the RNC. In broad terms, perhaps the most notable information from the latest report is the steep drop in revenue. But the new filing shows that in the weeks between Nov. 24 and Dec. 31, the campaign saw its cash stockpile drop, closing the year with $10.7 million on hand — less than one percent of the more than $1 billion raised over the course of Trump's four years in office. Trump campaign used secretive shell company led by Jared Kushner to illegally hide spending: complaint - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism.
On Thursday, Business Insider reported that the watchdog group Campaign Legal Center is alleging former President Donald Trump's family and campaign associates used a shell company to illegally conceal how they were spending election money. The new allegations against the Trump family are detailed in a supplement to an existing federal complaint. "The supplement, filed Thursday morning with the Federal Election Commission, is in part based on Insider's reporting in December about American Made Media Consultants, a secretive shell company that operated inside Trump's 2020 campaign committee," said the report. "American Made Media Consultants, the shell company, along with a political firm owned by former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale, 'served as conduits that hid the ultimate recipients of nearly half of the campaign's overall spending,' the updated complaint states. Fashion Week, Continues! No date for Junior Mints? Tiff caught the big sale at Pendleton!
I wouldn’t tip this Maitre D’uh Did the First Shady bang her head? Sharing Means Caring, fool! Mary Trump: All of Trump's adult children 'need to be shut out' of politics. Attorney Roberta Kaplan is about to make Trump’s life extremely difficult. 'Insurrectionist' Trump and family will never recover from Capitol riot: ex-Trump White House official - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism.
When the current presidential administration officially ends at noon on Wednesday, Donald Trump and his family will face a grim future following the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol by supporters seeking to overturn the results of the 2020 election. 'As the president faces the second impeachment trial, his focus is shifting to his brand rehabilitation," MSNBC's Alex Witt reported Saturday.
It's Trump’s Money, Not His Brand, That Should Worry Him. Photographer: Scott Harrison/Getty Images The Trump Organization and its namesake are going to be financially squeezed after the current president of the United States leaves office next week. But I suspect most of the company’s challenges won’t involve the Trump “brand” that has drawn so much speculation. Trump won't pay Rudy Giuliani's legal bills. NYC terminating Trump contracts after Capitol riot. Broker Backs Out of Effort to Sell Trump’s D.C. Hotel.
Grifters Gotta Grift. Grifters Gotta Grift Says it all Lord Damp Nut ain’t gonna let a little thing like denying he lost the election get in the way of fleecing his rubes: Lawfare editor explains why Ivanka’s defense of inauguration fraud isn’t really a defense at all. Lawfare editor Susan Hennessey explained in a Twitter thread that Ivanka Trump’s assessment of the inauguration funding scandal isn’t exactly correct. Ms. Donald Trump PAC has pocketed most of the cash he bilked from his supporters to fund election lawsuits: report. President Donald Trump has raised about $170 million from his aggressive fundraising campaign ostensibly aimed at fueling his baseless election challenges, but the majority of the money is actually going to the new political action committee he set up after the election, according to The New York Times.
Trump has bombarded supporters with appeals for cash as he wages a fruitless legal campaign to challenge the results of an election he lost by more than 6 million votes. But the president’s attorneys have failed to back up his allegations of fraud and irregularities with any actual evidence. Here’s the real reason Donald Trump won’t concede. Joe Biden has decisively won the presidency. There is no way for Trump to overturn the results of the election, and his campaign’s post-election lawsuits have gotten dismissed left and right.
That hasn’t stopped him from launching an “Official Election Defense Fund” and bombarding his supporters with fundraising appeals to supposedly finance the campaign’s ongoing litigation. But the fine print tells a very different story. Ivanka whines about multiple investigations into Trump Organization fraud: ‘These politicians are simply ruthless’ Why Trump Should Not Have Access to U.S. Intelligence After January 20. Since 2015, when he first declared he was running for president, Donald Trump has posed a major national security risk, one that the American people will continue to bear well after his time in office. Trump’s behavior in the White House offered clear evidence that he places his self-interest above that of the American people, whether admiring the Russian government, denying it attacked our political processes, or lavishing effusive praise on President Vladimir Putin, while directing harsh criticism toward the U.S.
Intelligence Community and the FBI. If Trump Tries to Sue His Way to Election Victory, Here’s What Happens. ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. A hearing on Wednesday in an election case captured in miniature the challenge for the Trump campaign as it gears up for what could become an all-out legal assault on presidential election results in key swing states: It’s easy enough to file a lawsuit claiming improprieties — in this case, that Pennsylvania had violated the law by allowing voters whose mail-in ballots were defective to correct them — but a lot harder to provide evidence of wrongdoing or a convincing legal argument.
Trump’s favorite bank is itching to dump him if he loses the election: report. Trump’s Shittiest Surrogates Are His Own Children (and Jared) Who Has Profited Most From the Trump Presidency? Donald Trump Has At Least $1 Billion In Debt, More Than Twice The Amount He Suggested. Donald Trump’s Taxes Show He’s Not Broke — Just Tax Avoidant. Trump could owe hundreds of millions to Russia: Top Mueller attorney. Trump has been writing off money he gave to Ivanka by calling her a ‘contractor’: bombshell report. Yes, Donald Trump Is Still A Billionaire. That Makes His $750 Tax Payment Even More Scandalous. Forbes adds it up: Trump is $1.1 billion in debt. BOMBSHELL: Trump's Taxes Are A Nesting Doll Of Scams, Lies And Sleight Of Hand.
Mary Trump sues president and his siblings for cheating her out of family inheritance. President Trump’s 3,400 conflicts of interest. This watchdog calculated all of Trump’s conflicts of interest — the total number is stunning. The Morning Quote(s) Is Eric Trump invoking the Fifth Amendment to dodge testifying about Trump Organization finances?
Trump loses yet another bid to block Manhattan DA’s subpoena of his taxes. How Trump may be planning to stay out of jail — with the help of Joe Biden. Trump will almost certainly challenge the results if he loses — here’s how that could play out. Ivanka and Jared’s Friday night news dump was because they have ‘tons of conflicts of interest’: report. Here are 3 ways Trump’s ‘nepotistic family criminal enterprise’ is burrowing his campaign into the ground. ‘Something smells’: Tax crime investigator suspects Trump campaign laundering money through Mar-A-Lago. Trump is ‘demonstrably far poorer’ than he claims to be — and ‘Scotland holds the key’: finance journalist. Trump Victory Committee paid nearly $400,000 to Trump’s Washington hotel in second quarter: analysis.
Michael Moore says Fahrenheit 11/9 is 'beginning of the end for Trump' Donald Trump has battled to block my film's release for years. Now he has failed. ‘Donald Trump is going to get indicted’ when New York gets his tax returns: David Cay Johnston. Trump trots out Ivanka to tout new focus on 'skills-based' hiring; no, seriously. Trump’s brother seeks to block niece’s unflattering memoir: report. John Oliver wishes Trump a Happy Fathers Day with a montage of his most disturbing comments about his children. Donald Trump’s Losing His Grip, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Are Canceled, and Junior Shot a Sheep.
‘Grifters gonna grift’: Twitter celebrates as the Trump family is forced to deal with a ‘pyramid scheme’ lawsuit. US supreme court tackles politics’ most tantalising mystery: Trump’s tax returns. ‘Hello corruption’: Trump organization seeks relief for DC hotel from Trump administration. Lincoln Project's Latest Ad Takes On The Trump Kid Grifters. The Money Behind Trump’s Money. Nothing to See Here, Move Along. Trump’s lawyers gave thousands to Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz before the impeachment trial began. “There Is Definite Hanky-Panky Going On”: The Fantastically Profitable Mystery of the Trump Chaos Trades. Are Trump and his circle manipulating the markets for personal gain? Here's the evidence. Ivanka, Trump-Azerbaijan Tower, And Money Laundering. Major red flags found in Trump’s taxes — and now New York City wants a criminal investigation.
Trump Jr and Ivanka Trump ‘knew they were lying’ over ploy to sell condos, book claims. Trump wanted to personally make $2 million per room leasing government building: WSJ reports investors ‘balked’ Trump just threw a crazy-corrupt Mar-a-Lago Christmas party — and made America pay for it. Watchdog uncovers another ‘wildly corrupt’ Trump scheme of spiking hotel rates to profit off of reelection. Supreme Court timeline on Trump’s taxes gives time for Manhattan prosecutors to file charges: Former US Attorney. Trump’s children must undergo mandatory training to learn how to avoid defrauding charities. What Is ‘Failson’ Culture? Look No Further Than the Family Trump for the Answer. A fantasy world of hate, anger, revenge and lies: Junior’s book says a lot more about the Trump family than he knows.
During a quiet holiday week, new evidence of Trump’s financial crimes emerge. IRS whistleblower case advances as Senate staff looks at whether political appointee meddled with audit of Trump or Pence. Trump tries to sell D.C. hotel, promising big profits from foreign visitors and government business. Donald Trump is told to pay $2 MILLION to non-profits for misusing his charitable foundation “Floridian” Trump may not qualify, and his NY audit just got more interesting and personal. Trump flees to his bankruptcy-proof Florida home as New York prosecutors close in. Political spending at Trump properties surpasses $20M. Records reveal the staggering amount of money Trump-owned businesses have raked in by doing business with Trump’s campaign and Republicans. There Is No Such Thing as ‘At Cost’ at Trump Doral. Eric Trump whines about ‘cheap shots’ after explaining why his family business stiffs contractors.
Trump Organization fraud: 'A set of books for the tax guy and a set for the lender' Lara Trump: Most Americans have never even heard of the Kurds, so whatevs. Donald Trump's longtime business connections in Turkey back in the spotlight. Joy Reid And Her Guests Eviscerate Trump Kids' Hypocrisy And Corruption. Trump Crime Family: The Next Generation.
Ivanka Trump’s Fight for the Trump Dynasty. Air Force launches worldwide probe into Trump resort stays after another one found. Air Force crew made an odd stop on a routine trip: Trump’s Scottish resort - POLITICOCloseSave ToCloseClick to Open. Trump's Tweet About Ivanka And Jared Is Deranged. Here’s what Trump’s assistant dished about Ivanka and Tiffany Trump that caused her firing. Deutsche Bank all but confirms it possesses some of Trump’s tax returns. Tax expert David Cay Johnston warns Russian oligarchs may not be the only foreigners co-signing Trump’s loans. How Trump’s attempt to profit off the G7 summit just ‘backfired spectacularly’