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That probably would or should have been the title of the blog, not just this post, but well, it will give me something to think on or change or mess with later. Now on my ‘other’ blog, which I won’t go in to much at this time, I have posted at the top of it the following, as ‘explanation’…notice I have not said as excuse, redemption, nor anything else. I am what I am, how I am; I like me just fine, regardless.

 

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Trump & Trump violating Law

October congress members demanded WH counsel McGahn counsel revoke Ivanka Trump’s security clearance citing reports used personal email account for government work & separately she & Kushner failed file financial disclosure forms & business interests issues. They failed file financial disclosure forms & business interests issues, not granted security clearance until May 2018, both used personal email/server via Microsoft acct contact Cabinet officials, WH White Counsel’s Office not have access to their personal accts to verify truth. Require emails transferred to gov servers w/in 20 days. NARA regulations dictate how records created/maintained, “by the agency,” “readily found” “make possible a proper scrutiny by the Congress.” BUT Ivanka/Kushner PRIVATE & refuse allow outside oversight. NO way NOT know already father ran on ‘lock her up’, EVEN THO Clinton NOT break rules by relying solely personal acct bc Fed law allows gov officials use personal so long documents preserved for history, amended late 2014 AFTER Clinton left office. Access WH information: Trump Org, Donald Sr/Jr/Eric/Ivanka/Jared/Microsoft/??, nonclassified/classified even before March 30 Ivanka using/continued use personal email even WH mail, NOT just matter pres records act or unfit security clearance, previous use pre-position WH 4 WH business.

Ivanka Trump sent 100’s emails to WH aides, Cabinet officials & assistants using personal account, many violation federal records rules, WH ethics officials learned repeated use personal email reviewing emails gathered by 5 Cabinet agencies response records lawsuit. This happened 2017, when often discussed or relayed official WH business using private email account with domain shares with husband Jared Kushner, BUT was OFFICIAL WH acct STILL used personal acct. NEITHER had more than possible clearance, only ‘full’ clearance May 2018. Mirijanian said Ivanka Trump turned over all her government-related emails months ago so they could be stored permanently with other White House records. Ivanka Trump and her husband set up personal emails with the domain “ijkfamily.com” through a Microsoft system in December 2016, as they were preparing to move to Washington, and not only were they first routed through Trump Org server supposedly for ‘security’ but then to Microsoft server Hotmail/Outlook. They are claiming no emails were deleted BUT as was said of Clinton, both were PRIVATE servers & in Trump’s case also shared by her husband who didn’t even have the same security clearance, at one time not having any.  Both Trump and Clinton relied on their personal attorneys to review their private emails and determine which messages should be retained as government records. Trump used her personal account to discuss government policies and official business often replying to other administration officials who contacted her through her private email & in many cases being reminded they did not even have her gov email. Another category of less-substantive emails may have also violated the records law: hundreds of messages related to her official work schedule and travel details that she sent herself and personal assistants who cared for her children and house, as well as security breach in doing that. Using personal emails for government business could violate the Presidential Records Act, which requires that all official White House communications and records be preserved as a permanent archive of each administration. It can also increase the risk that sensitive government information could be mishandled or hacked, revealing government secrets and risking harm to diplomatic relations and secret operations.

“corruption is on a scale we have never seen before” and called her personal email use “bigger than Watergate.” THAT is what Donald Trump said about HILLARY, but is brushing off totally and attempting to deflect with his daughter. Wonderlich also found it ethically challenged, if not legally, for Clinton and her team to have been the filter for her emails: “The final arbiter of what’s public or what’s turned over to Congress shouldn’t be private staff working for Hillary Clinton. It should be State Department employees who are bound by duty to the public interest.” Section 1924 Of Title 18 — Classified Information During Clinton’s news conference she was asked if she was aware of the security implications of using her own email. Clinton answered this way: “I did not email any classified material to anyone on my email. There is no classified material. So I’m certainly well-aware of the classification requirements and did not send classified material.” What’s remarkable about that answer is that she wasn’t asked in the preceding question specifically about classified emails, but offered that answer anyway. There’s a reason for that. It would be illegal for anyone to store classified information in an unauthorized way, like, say, on an unauthorized personal email server.

The White House Counsel’s Office said of Trump that they did not have access to her personal account and could not review it, so only attorney saw it, and same with Clinton. Executive director of the liberal watchdog group American Oversight, whose record requests sparked the White House discovery, said it strained credulity that Trump’s daughter did not know that government officials should not use private emails for official business. Ivanka Trump first used her personal email to contact Cabinet officials in early 2017, before she joined the White House as an unpaid senior adviser, according to emails obtained by American Oversight and first reported by Newsweek. In late February 2017, she used her personal email to contact Small Business Administration chief Linda McMahon and propose they meet to explore “opportunities to collaborate.” The following month, she emailed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, suggesting that their staffers meet to discuss ways to collaborate on “locational/workforce development and k-12 STEM education.” While her messages were largely about government work, Trump was not then subject to White House records rules. When she joined the White House on March 30, Trump pledged to comply “with all ethics rules,” responding to complaints that her voluntary role gave her all of the access and perks of the White House — but none of the legal responsibilities or constraints. “Throughout this process I have been working closely and in good faith with the White House counsel and my personal counsel to address the unprecedented nature of my role,” she said in a statement at the time. But Trump continued to use her personal email in her official capacity, according to people familiar with the review. Her husband’s use of personal email for government work drew intense scrutiny when it was first reported by Politico last fall. The revelation prompted demands from congressional investigators that Kushner preserve his records, which his attorney said he had. At the time, administration officials acknowledged to news organizations, including the New York Times and Politico, that Ivanka Trump had used a private account when she joined the White House, Kushner used private email account for some White House business. But Trump had used her personal email for official business far more frequently than known, according to people familiar with the administration’s review — a fact that remained a closely held secret inside the White House. “She was the worst offender in the White House,” said a former senior U.S. government official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe internal dynamics. After discovering the extent of her email use in September 2017, White House lawyers relied on Lowell, Ivanka Trump’s attorney, to help review her personal emails to determine which were personal and which were official business, according to the people. The White House Counsel’s Office did not have access to her personal account and could not review it without invading her privacy and possibly violating privileged communications with her attorneys, people familiar with the review said. After his review, Lowell forwarded emails that he had determined were related to official business to Ivanka Trump’s government account, a move he viewed as rectifying any violations of the records law, they said. Lowell’s review found fewer than 1,000 personal emails in which Trump shared her official schedule and travel plans with herself and her personal assistants, according to two people familiar with the review. Separately, there were 100 emails in which Trump used her personal account to discuss official business with other administration officials. The scope of her personal email use had not emerged in response to American Oversight’s records request, which sought Trump’s correspondence with Cabinet agencies in early 2017.

Most internal White House communications are not subject to the Freedom of Information Act. “I’m disappointed — although not entirely surprised — that this administration disregarded clear laws that they more than anyone should have been aware of,” Evers said. In many cases, government officials contacted Ivanka Trump first at her personal email address. That was the case with a note she received in April 2017 from Treasury Department official Dan Kowalski, who was seeking to set up a meeting between the president and the secretary general of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, an international economic group of which the United States is a member. “I apologize for reaching out to you on your personal email for this, but it is the only email I have for you,” he wrote, according to an email obtained by American Oversight. “For future reference my WH email is [redacted],” Ivanka Trump replied. “Thanks for reaching out and making this introduction.” But other times, Trump used her private email to initiate official business. In April 2017, she used her personal email to write to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s chief of staff, Eli Miller, suggesting that he connect with her chief of staff, Julie Radford. The email chain, obtained by American Oversight, was copied to Radford’s government account. “It would be great if you both could connect next week to discuss [redacted],” she wrote. “We would love your feedback and input as we structure.” Trump used her private email to initiate official business & rarely gives her WH email. Emails were sent throughout 2017 long before security clearance or unofficial WH position but contacting WH officials. Lawyer refuses let anyone see all the emails even just on her account.

Yes Virginia FnMoron bad word, for bad president

DEAR EDITOR: I am 8 years old.
Some of my friends say that they hear their parents call the president #FnMoron, is that a word and is it a bad one?
Papa says if you see it on Fox News it’s a lie & Alternative News, but you’re a real newspaper he reads so I wanted to know if you’d tell me so I could understand it all.
Please tell me the truth; is Trump a #FnMoron and is it that a grownup or bad word?

VIRGINIA O’HANLON

VIRGINIA, your friends are using a shortened word that would be considered ‘bad’, but yes the unprecedented unpresidential president of this country is one, so a lot of adults call him that, except for the religion considered ‘evangelicals’ because they are what is known as hypocrites because they say they follow the bible yet they are okay with someone who claims to also follow it but doesn’t in so many ways, breaking all the commandments plus the Constitution and it’s Amendments, even though he put his hand on a Bible and swore to defend them and this country with all its people not just the white and/or rich ones nor does it say anything about companies or corporations. They have been affected by what is known as Faux Newz and Alternative Newz, along with “truth isn’t truth” which was said by a lawyer called Guliani {most of the president’s lawyers have quit, been fired, or under a legal thing called indictment/conviction for doing bad illegal things, so you will probably see that guy in the paper soon} He himself has been accused of many bad things, from hurting his wife, to cheating on them all {he’s had 3 wives, 2 divorces, 5 children by each of them together}, to being illegally hateful to those of a different race or skin color, even though his own family line were proven to start with a draft dodging liar who cheated people out of land and money while also running what the grownups call a ‘house of ill repute’; the person currently in office, for just 2 more years, is very much almost exactly the same as that ancestor as well as all the rest of the immigrant marrying law dodgers, getting legal status and usually citizenship only to then marry and bring over other foreigners, even though they look down at all foreigners once they are here, but still use the law to have legal and illegal kids, wives, and relatives get in. There is nothing wrong with being an immigrant, Virginia, because we all came over to this country at different times for different reasons, and sometimes there are bad places with bad places that make others leave for here to ask for what we call Asylum, which under the law must at least be checked into so decision can be made to let them in or not, otherwise it’s considered a crime against humanity.

The president isn’t really human, just a giant squisy obese orange pumpkin with fake hair stuck on top. He tells lies on people, about them and their families, and now a judge says that is ‘political hyperbole’, which is b.s. {another adult word your father might say, so don’t use it}.  A lie is a lie, even if or especially if it’s political, because that is how the ‘Republicans’ have used and messed up the entire country. You are probably on free lunch program or the breakfast program, and would be in public school, and I know your father drives on roads and across bridges and gets mail delivered; these things and more are called social services, they help our country run, and we were trying to get a health bill passed and working for the entire country but not only was it allowed to not be in all states but the extra part of it wasn’t allowed at all, so I hope you are in a state where they have that in case you need it. The Republicans are in control of Congress at the moment, though that might change by the time you read this as we have November election coming up that will kick a lot of losers and bad people in general out of Congress which has a Senate part and a House {of Representatives} part. Way back years ago the country had what became called The Great Depression; because of all the bad things that happened the government which is paid for with your father’s and other people’s taxes started having ‘safety nets’ so older people such as your grandparents would have at least a little bit of money each month to live on because they’d paid in money every year. Young people who have been injured really bad or very very bad health can also get money and help, because even though Congress keeps trying to mess with Social Security that describes just what it is, and a very bad person by the name of Mitch Mcconnell is what they call the Senate Majority Leader, for now, and he and the other people in the senate want to take away not only health care all the way but also social security and medicare, which to someone younger would be like them raiding your piggy bank for money they say you could use/have back later then never giving it back.

Repubicans and Faux Newz watchers do not believe except they see, and they don’t believe that unless Faux Newz says it’s true, even when it’s been proven to be a total lie. In this great universe of ours certain men, those with low intellegence but much hate for those who are different in faith, gender, race, sexual orientation, abilities, and more, are mere insects, an infestation of democracy, low intellect, as compared with the boundless world about them, as measured by the intelligence capable of grasping the whole of real truth and real knowledge. I am sure you have read about Climate Change in school, and yes Virginia, it is real; I know that the bad Orange pretending to be a real man when he’s nothing more than the giant Stay Puft from Ghost Busters {ask your dad, it’s older movie way before you were born} says it’s fake, but he has golf courses where he has asked for seawalls because of climate change, so he only believes in climate change when it will protect his things or places, but as far as protecting your drinking water or Native Americans’ rights to their land from treaties decades old, he doesn’t care because he has what they call stocks/bonds in gas and oil companies which is all he cares about {his money, his things}. The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see, such as fairies, that’s no proof that they are not there. Nobody can conceive or imagine all the wonders there are unseen and unseeable in the world, from microns to microbes, they can make you sick or can be used to protect you from getting that way. Climate Change is real, it’s already been proven so, and the 1 out of 100 who say it is fake/false have what grownups call ulterior motives, so basically they are lying and denying for own gains.

The moon is not really made of green cheese, we landed on it years ago; the sun is giant ball of gas that is close enough to planet Earth to keep us warm, and rotates just enough so that we don’t spin out into space. When there is an eclipse, which blocks the sun for just a bit every now and then, don’t stare up at it without special glasses, even though he did, which also why adults call him FnMoron. I know there are shows such as Doctor Who showing a lot of things, but that all is called science fiction, not science/fact; it’s really nice to watch but, for now at least, it’s still science fiction. In politics it’s called political hyperbole and the b.s. we talked about before. Yes, Virginia, you would get in trouple for polital hyperbole, b.s., faux newz, and alternative newz, because most adults unless they follow/believe Trump call those Lies, Damn Lies, and OMG lies. Don’t be like Trump; we’re working on the country, trying to fix things, Republican party has no prinicples and losing because of that, and we are voting, more people, more states, more gender and races than ever before…because we care about this planet’s future and your future, Virginia. Hang in there, Virginia, November is coming and so are we; we’ve got your back, you are the future.

2 B finish on #DUFUS @POTUS add more

President Donald Trump thanked Fox News for airing a montage on July 19 that he said showed “Trump recognized Russian Meddling MANY TIMES.” But the video also shows Trump equivocating on the issue, saying, “I think it was probably other people and/or countries.” And he has made other comments questioning whether Russia interfered in the 2016 elections.

In fact, the president on July 22 tweeted that the Russia investigation was “all a big hoax.”

We’ll go through the president’s statements on the matter since January 2017, including the full context of comments used in the Fox News montage.

Trump has acknowledged numerous times that he believes U.S. intelligence officials who concluded Russians interfered in the 2016 election, but he has often tempered those statements with other comments like, “Nobody really knows for sure.”

In discussing the issue, Trump has branded intelligence officials who led the investigation early on “political hacks,” or in the case of former FBI director James Comey, “a liar.” He has pointed out that the intelligence agencies have gotten things wrong in the past, such as whether there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

He has repeatedly noted that Putin vehemently denies Russian interference, and, Trump said, “I really believe that when he tells me that, he means it.”

Trump also said that someone who told him “if they [Russians] were involved, you wouldn’t have found out about it” made an “interesting point.”

On Twitter, he has referred to “the so-called Russian Meddling.”

While he has said “it could very well have been Russia,” he has repeatedly added, “I think it could well have been other countries” — though there is no evidence for that. U.S. intelligence has named only Russia as the culprit.

Trump’s Statements Since Intelligence Briefing

The New York Times reported on July 18 that two weeks before his inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017, Trump “was shown highly classified intelligence indicating that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia had personally ordered complex cyberattacks to sway the 2016 American election.”

According to the Times, “The evidence included texts and emails from Russian military officers and information gleaned from a top-secret source close to Mr. Putin, who had described to the C.I.A. how the Kremlin decided to execute its campaign of hacking and disinformation.”

That same day, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence publicly released a declassified intelligence report that said: “Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election,” and the goal of the campaign was “to help President-elect Trump’s election chances.”

During the presidential campaign, Trump repeatedly questioned the idea that Russia was behind the hacking of the DNC, as we documented in our story “In His Own Words: Trump on Russian Meddling.” But even after the briefing with intelligence officials on Jan. 6, 2017, he continued to send muddied messages about whether he believed Russians, or Russians alone, were responsible for hacking into the computers of officials at the Democratic National Committee and conducting other activities aimed at tipping the election scales in his favor.

2017

Jan. 6, 2017 — Trump releases a statement about the intelligence briefing that says, in part: “While Russia, China, other countries, outside groups and people are consistently trying to break through the cyber infrastructure of our governmental institutions, businesses and organizations including the Democrat National Committee, there was absolutely no effect on the outcome of the election including the fact that there was no tampering whatsoever with voting machines.”

Jan. 11, 2017 — At a news conference a week before his inauguration, Trump states, “As far as hacking, I think it was Russia. But I think we also get hacked by other countries and other people. And I — I can say that you know when — when we lost 22 million names and everything else that was hacked recently, they didn’t make a big deal out of that. That was something that was extraordinary. That was probably China. We had — we had much hacking going on.”

All of that was included in the Fox video montage. Trump goes on to criticize the DNC for not adequately defending itself against hacks. He suggests he did not believe the intent of the Russian effort was to help his campaign. “I think, frankly, had they broken into the Republican National Committee, I think they would’ve released it just like they did about Hillary and all of the horrible things that her people, like Mr. Podesta, said about her,” Trump says, referring to Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta.

He also says this: “But remember this: We talk about the hacking and hacking’s bad and it shouldn’t be done. But look at the things that were hacked, look at what was learned from that hacking.”

Asked by a reporter if he accepted the intelligence report conclusion that Putin ordered the campaign because he wanted to help Trump, the president replies, “Well, if — if Putin likes Donald Trump, I consider that an asset, not a liability, because we have a horrible relationship with Russia.”

April 29, 2017 — Trump tells CBS News’ John Dickerson, “[K]nowing something about hacking, if you don’t catch a hacker, okay, in the act, it’s very hard to say who did the hacking. With that being said, I’ll go along with Russia. Could’ve been China, could’ve been a lot of different groups.”

July 6, 2017 — At a joint press conference with Polish President Andrzej Duda in Warsaw, Trump states at various points, “Well, I think it was Russia, and I think it could have been other people in other countries. It could have been a lot of people interfered … I think it was Russia, but I think it was probably other people and/or countries … It was Russia, and I think it was others also.” Those comments were included in the Fox News montage Trump highlighted.

“I’ve said it very simply. I think it could very well have been Russia,” Trump says. “I think it could well have been other countries. And I won’t be specific. But I think a lot of people interfere. I think it’s been happening for a long time. It’s been happening for many, many years.”

In the press conference, a reporter says, “You again state you think it was Russia. Your intelligence agencies have been far more definitive. They say it was Russia. Why won’t you agree and say it was?”

Trump responds, in part, “I agreeI think it was Russia, but I think it was probably other people and/or countries, and I see nothing wrong with that statement. Nobody really knows. Nobody really knows for sure. I remember when I was sitting back listening about Iraq. Weapons of mass destruction. How everybody was 100 percent sure that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. Guess what — that led to one big mess. They were wrong and it led to a mess.”

July 12, 2017 — In an interview with reporters aboard Air Force One, Trump is asked about broaching the issue with Putin during the G20 summit. “And I said to him, ‘Were you involved with the meddling in the election?’ He said, ‘Absolutely not. I was not involved.’ He was very strong on it,” Trump says. “I then said to him again, in a totally different way, ‘Were you involved with the meddling?’ He said, I was not — absolutely not. … Somebody said later to me, which was interesting. Said, let me tell you, if they were involved, you wouldn’t have found out about it. Okay, which is a very interesting point.”

Nov. 11, 2017 — In a press gaggle aboard Air Force One, Trump is asked if he brought up the issue with Putin. Trump responds, “He just — every time he sees me, he says, ‘I didn’t do that.’ And I believe — I really believe that when he tells me that, he means it. But he says, ‘I didn’t do that.’ I think he’s very insulted by it, if you want to know the truth. Don’t forget, all he said is he never did that, he didn’t do that. I think he’s very insulted by it, which is not a good thing for our country.”

Asked whether he believed Putin, Trump says, “I think that he is very, very strong in the fact that he didn’t do it. And then you look, and you look at what’s going on with Podesta, and you look at what’s going on with the server from the DNC and why didn’t the FBI take it, why did they leave it; why did a third party look at the server and not the FBI — if you look at all of this stuff, and you say, what’s going on here? And then you hear it’s 17 agencies. Well, it’s three. And one is Brennan and one is whatever. I mean, give me a break. They’re political hacks. So you look at it — I mean, you have Brennan, you have Clapper, and you have Comey. Comey is proven now to be a liar and he’s proven to be a leaker. So you look at that, and you have President Putin very strongly, vehemently says he had nothing to do with that. Now, you’re not going to get into an argument. You’re going to start talking about Syria and the Ukraine.”

In a press conference in Vietnam that same day, Trump is asked about his comment about Putin’s denials and if he believes Putin and/or Russia interfered in the election. Trump says, “What I said there, I’m surprised that there’s any conflict on this. What I said there is that I believe he believes that, and that’s very important for somebody to believe. I believe that he feels that he and Russia did not meddle in the election. As to whether I believe it or not, I’m with our agencies, especially as currently constituted with their leadership. I believe in our intel agencies, our intelligence agencies.”

2018

March 6, 2018 — In a press conference Trump states, “Well, the Russians had no impact on our votes whatsoever. But, certainly, there was meddling and probably there was meddling from other countries and maybe other individuals.”

That was another comment included in the Fox montage. As we wrote when Trump said something similar on July 6, 2017 — that the computer hacking “could have been other people and other countries” — there is no evidence for that, and U.S. intelligence has named only Russia as the culprit.

May 27, 2018 — Trump sends out a tweet referring to “the so-called Russian Meddling.”

June 28, 2018 — Trump tweets, “Russia continues to say they had nothing to do with Meddling in our Election! Where is the DNC Server, and why didn’t Shady James Comey and the now disgraced FBI agents take and closely examine it? Why isn’t Hillary/Russia being looked at? So many questions, so much corruption!”

July 16, 2018 —During a joint press conference with Putin in Helsinki, Trump says Putin denied involvement in an influence campaign. A reporter pointedly asks Trump whether he believes U.S. intelligence agencies or Putin.

Trump begins his response by questioning why the DNC failed to turn over its servers to FBI investigators (though the former FBI director testified last year that it did not hurt the investigation, which on July 13 resulted in an indictment against 12 Russian military intelligence agents).

“My people came to me, [Director of National Intelligence] Dan Coates came to me and some others, they said they think it’s Russia,” Trump says. “I have President Putin; he just said it’s not Russia. I will say this: I don’t see any reason why it would be. But I really do want to see the server.” Trump adds, “I have confidence in both parties.”

Trump also says, “I have great confidence in my intelligence people but I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today.”

July 17, 2018 — The day after his press conference with Putin, in a meeting with members of Congress, Trump says he meant to say, “I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t be Russia.” Trump adds that he has “full faith and support for America’s great intelligence agencies” and that, “I have felt very strongly that, while Russia’s actions had no impact at all on the outcome of the election, let me be totally clear in saying that — and I’ve said this many times — I accept our intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election took place. Could be other people also; there’s a lot of people out there.”

July 22, 2018 — Just a few days after thanking Fox News for showing clips he says demonstrate he has recognized Russian meddling many times, Trump tweets that the investigation is “all a big hoax.”

In a press conference on July 23, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders saidTrump’s “hoax” comment was “referencing the collusion component,” not the Russia investigation in general. Said Sanders: “As the President has said many times, and stated over and over again — as have I, as have a number of other administration officials — we maintain that Russia interfered in the elections. The President, however, very much so, and has repeatedly — as, again, have the rest of us — that his campaign colluding in that process is a total hoax.”

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/jul/23/donald-trump-russian-election-meddling-big-hoax

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/the-many-different-ways-trump-has-described-putin-and-russian-election-interference

#DUFUS @POTUS proves again #FnMoron

THIS IS NOT DONE, JUST TRYING TO MAKE SURE DON’T LOSE IT

@StormyDaniels never signed NOR did YOU #DUFUS @POTUS #DavidDennison stable genius/#FnMoron, what you said attacks her veracity, your statement false/defamatory bc charged she committed  serious crime, Judge RULED ‘rhetorical hyperbole’ re politics/public discourse US protected by 1st Amend #ChildOfOrangeOrangutan, Atty CJH fee NOT set could be $1 #LOSER, and btw can’t believe you actually found a lawyer that was NOT in JAIL {YET}.

Trump’s attorney Charles J. Harder “No amount hfully characterize today’s ruling in any way other than total victory for President Trump and total defeat for Stormy Daniels.” NOTE: NO award amount for attorney’s fee been SET, going be as low as $1, depending. AND Daniels also suing Trump and his former personal attorney Michael Cohen over the $130,000 payment made to her to keep silent about alleged affair in the weeks leading up to 2016 election. The ruling on Monday plays NO ROLE in that case, which continues to work its way through the court system, AND Avenatti filed a notice of appeal Monday evening in Daniels’ defamation case against Trump.

YOU using derogatory term for her, after having claimed she remined you of your daughter, first EWWW sick f’n pevert, but considering your misogyny not surprising although 3rd rate lawyer is ‘rich’ with how many #Losers YOU hired & how many JAILED. Considering your FATHER was undocumented illegal immigrant & had such butt ugly nasty children your MOTHER had to travel overseas to have you bunch of maggots then your father had to pay to have birth certificates #FAKED, that’s about as ‘rich’ as you’ll ever really be. You want to talk about looks and/or low hanging fruit, DRUMPF?

First, “merit-based immigration” and “chain migration” are political slogans, not actual policies. When the Trump administration says it wants “merit-based immigration” it’s not talking about admitting 1 million scientists and engineers, or even any additional high-skilled immigrants. “Merit-based” is a code phrase for reducing legal immigration by up to 50 percent and eliminating almost all family immigration categories and the Diversity Visa lottery.

Attorneys and employers actually consider the Trump team the most hostile administration toward high-skilled immigration in the past half-century. Upcoming regulations would restrict the ability to work in the United States of scientists and engineers, their spouses and even international students with advanced degrees.

Second, the term “chain migration” stigmatizes something that has always happened in American history – immigrants who succeed later help out their family members. In a typical example, in 1885, Friedrich Trump, Donald Trump’s grandfather, immigrated from Germany as a 16-year-old with little English to join his oldest sister. His sister “had immigrated to New York a year earlier,” according to Gwenda Blair, author of The Trumps: Three Generations of Builders and a President. After gaining success in America, Friedrich returned to Germany and found a bride, Elizabeth Christ, who immigrated to the U.S. with him and gave birth to Fred Trump, Donald Trump’s father.

In 1930, Mary Anne MacLeod immigrated to America from Scotland as an unskilled 18-year-old to live with her married sister in Queens. Six years later, she met Fred Trump at a party, they married and had children, one of whom was Donald Trump. Columbia University historian Mae M. Ngai notes, “Donald Trump is a product of ‘chain migration.’”

 

https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/trump-family-tree

https://www.msnbc.com/velshi-ruhle/watch/donald-trump-s-immigrant-history-and-family-tree-1137371203741?v=raila&

grandfather, who came to the U.S. as an unaccompanied minor
Friedrich Trump and Elizabeth Trump, President Trump’s grandparents

Frederick Trump (born Friedrich Trump; 14 March 1869 – 30 May 1918) was a German-American businessman and the patriarch of the Trump family. Born in Kallstadt, in the Kingdom of Bavaria (now in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany), he immigrated to the United States at the age of 16 and started working as a barber. Several years later, in 1891, he moved to the Northwest. He made his fortune by operating restaurants and boarding houses (brothels) in Seattle and the mining town Monte Cristo, and brothels in the Klondike Gold RushHe later returned to Kallstadt and married. Bavarian authorities blamed him that he had emigrated when young to avoid fulfilling his military service, he lost his Bavarian citizenship; he and his family returned to the United States. {draft dodging runs in this family as well as natural born idiocy}

He worked as a barber and hotel manager, and began to acquire real estate in Queens. He was the father of Fred and John G. Trump, and grandfather of Donald Trump.

Friedrich Trump was born in KallstadtPalatinate, then part of the Kingdom of Bavaria (located in modern-day Germany), to Johannes Trump and Katharina Kober.[3]:28 Confessionally, the village was Lutheran in contrast to most of the Palatinate which was Calvinist and the Bavarian mainland which was overwhelmingly Catholic. Trump’s earliest known male ancestor is Johann Paul Trump (1727–1792) who lived in the nearby village of Bobenheim am Berg and whose descendant Johannes Trump (1789–1835) moved to Kallstadt around 1800. (As to “Drumpf”, see Surname section below.) The Palatinate, then a relatively impoverished region, has been known for its viticulture since the Roman Empire. From 1816 to 1918, when Bavaria became the Free State of Bavaria, the Palatinate was part of the Kingdom of Bavaria. In 1871, Bavaria became a part of the newly formed German Empire. During periods of war and anti-German discrimination in the United States, Trump’s son Fred later denied his German heritage, claiming his father had been a Swede from KarlstadSweden. This version was recounted by Fred’s son Donald in his 1987 autobiography.

After being sick with emphysema for ten years, Trump’s father, Johannes, died on July 6, 1877, at the age of 48, leaving the family in severe debt from medical expenses. While five of the six children worked in the family grape fields, Friedrich was considered too sickly to endure such hard labor. In 1883, then aged 14, he was sent to nearby Frankenthal by his mother to work as a barber’s apprentice and learn the trade. Trump worked seven days a week for two and a half years under barber Friedrich Lang. After completing his apprenticeship, he returned to Kallstadt, a village with about 1,000 inhabitants. He quickly discovered there was not enough business to earn a living. He was also approaching the age of eligibility for conscription to military service in the Imperial German Army. He quickly decided to emigrate to the United States, later saying, “I agreed with my mother that I should go to America. Years later, his family members said that he departed secretly at night, leaving his mother a note.  {Later accounts from siblings said he didn’t, snuck out in middle of night.}

U.S. Immigration records. Line 133 notes “Friedr. Trumpf.” age 16, born in KallstadtGermany. In 1885, at age 16, Trump emigrated via Bremen, Germany, to the United States aboard the steamship Eider, departing on October and arriving at the Castle Garden Emigrant Landing Depot in New York City on October 19. U.S. immigration records list his name as “Friedr. Trumpf” and his occupation as “none”.[7] He moved in with his older sister Katharina – who had emigrated – and her husband Fred Schuster, also from Kallstadt. In 1891, Trump moved to Seattle, in the newly admitted U.S. state of Washington. With his life savings of several hundred dollars, he bought the Poodle Dog, which he renamed the Dairy Restaurant, and supplied it with new tables, chairs, and a range. Located at 208 Washington Street, the Dairy Restaurant was in the middle of Seattle’s Red Light District; Washington Street was nicknamed “the Line” and included an assortment of saloons, casinos, and brothels. Biographer Gwenda Blair called it “a hotbed of sex, booze, and money, [it] was the indisputable center of the action in Seattle. The restaurant served food and liquor and was advertised to include “Rooms for Ladies”, a common euphemism for prostitutionTrump lived in Seattle until early 1893 and voted in Washington’s first presidential election in 1892becoming a U.S. citizen. In Monte Cristo, Trump chose a plot of land near the later train station that he wanted to build a hotel on, but could not afford the $1,000-per-acre fee to purchase it. Instead, he filed a Gold placer claim on the land, which allowed him to claim exclusive mineral rights to the land without having to pay for it, even though the land had already been claimed by Everett resident Nicholas Rudebeck. At that time, the U.S. Land Office was known to be corrupt and frequently allowed such multiple claims. Despite the placer’s claim providing Trump no right to build any structure on the land, he quickly bought lumber to build a new boarding house and operate it similarly to the Dairy Restaurant. He never tried to mine gold on the land. Blair described Trump as “mining the miners” since they needed a place to sleep at night while they were mining. In July 1894, Rudebeck filed to incorporate the land and sent an agent to collect rent; this was apparently unsuccessful since the people of Monte Cristo did not pay attention to legal title

According to Blair’s account, when Trump left for the Yukon, he had no plans to do actual mining. He likely travelled the White Pass route, which included the notorious “Dead Horse trail”, so named because drivers whipped animals of transport until they literally dropped dead on the trail and were left to decompose. In the spring of 1898, Trump and another miner named Ernest Levin opened a tent restaurant along the trail. Blair writes that “a frequent dish was fresh-slaughtered, quick-frozen horse”.

In May 1898, Trump and Levin moved to Bennett, British Columbia, a town known for prospectors building boats in order to travel to Dawson. In Bennett, Trump and Levin opened the Arctic Restaurant and Hotel, which offered fine dining and lodging in a sea of tents. The Arctic was also originally housed in a tent, but demand for the hotel and restaurant grew until it occupied a two-story building. A letter to the Yukon Sun newspaper described the Arctic:

For single men the Arctic has excellent accommodations as well as the best restaurant in Bennett, but I would not advise respectable women to go there to sleep as they are liable to hear that which would be repugnant to their feelings – and uttered, too, by the depraved of their own sex.

 

Trump returned to Kallstadt in 1901 as a wealthy man. Biographer Blair said that “the business of seeing to his customers’ need for food, drink and female companionship had been good to him. He quickly met and proposed to Elisabeth Christ (1880–1966), the former daughter of a neighbor; she was 11 years younger than Trump, being 5 years old when he originally had left the village. Trump’s mother disapproved of Christ because she considered her family to be of a lower social class. Trump and Christ married on August 26, 1902, and moved to New York City.  In New York, Trump found work as a barber and a restaurant and hotel manager. The couple lived at 1006 Westchester Avenue in the German-speaking Morrisania neighborhood of the Bronx. Their daughter Elizabeth was born on April 30, 1904. In May 1904, when Trump applied in New York for a U.S. passport to travel with his wife and his daughter, he listed his profession as “hotelkeeper”. Due to Elizabeth Sr.’s extreme homesickness, the family returned to Germany later that year. In Germany, Trump deposited into a bank his life’s savings of 80,000 mark, equivalent to $515,196 in 2017.

Elizabeth Christ and Frederick Trump, 1918

Soon after the family arrived in Germany, Bavarian authorities determined that Trump had emigrated from Germany to avoid his military-service obligations, and he was classified as a draft dodger. On 24 December 1904 the Department of Interior announced an investigation to expel Trump from Germany. Officially, they found that he had violated the Resolution of the Royal Ministry of the Interior number 9916, an 1886 law that punished emigration to North America to avoid military service with the loss of German citizenship. In February 1905, a royal decree was issued ordering Trump to leave within eight weeks due to having emigrated to evade military service and failing to register his departure with the authorities. For several months, Trump petitioned the government to allow him to stay but he was unsuccessful. Trump intended to continue buying more land, but during World War I he kept a low profile because of anti-German feelings in the US due to the war. German-born citizens came under suspicion.

On May 29, 1918, while walking with his son Fred, Trump suddenly felt extremely sick and was rushed to bed. The next day, he was dead. What was first diagnosed as pneumoniaturned out to be one of the early cases of the 1918 flu pandemic, which caused millions of deaths around the world. He was 49 years old. At his death his net holdings included a 2-story, 7-room home in Queens; 5 vacant lots; $4,000 in savings; $3,600 in stocks; and 14 mortgages. Altogether his net worth was $31,359 ($510,800 today). His wife and son Fred continued his real estate projects under the Elizabeth Trump & Son moniker. The immigration records list his name as Friedr. Trumpf, but sources including the genealogy organisation FamilySearch, a genealogist at About.com, and the 2013 book America’s Obsessives concluded that both his father and his aunt’s surnames were Trump. According to the German Gesellschaft für Computergenealogie, Trump’s earliest known male ancestor was Johann Paul Trump (1727–1792) in Bobenheim am Berg. The story of an itinerant lawyer Hanns Drumpf presented by Gwenda Blair in her book The Trumps(2000) who settled in Kallstadt in 1608 and whose descendants changed their name from Drumpf to Trump during the Thirty Years’ War of the 1600s could not be substantiated and is not in accordance with the data provided by the German genealogists. Journalist Kate Connolly, visiting Kallstadt, found several variations in spelling of the surname in the village archives (including Drumb, Tromb, Tromp, Trum, Trumpff, Dromb)

16. Johannes Trump
8. Christian Johannes Trump
17. Susanna Maria Bechtloff
4. Friedrich Trump
18. Johann Jakob Kober
9. Katharina Kober
19. Elisabeth Peter
2. Frederick Christ Trump
20. Johann Georg Christ
10. Philipp Christ
21. Sabina Christina Hartung
5. Elisabeth Christ
22. Johannes Anthon
11. Anna Marie Anthon
23. Eva Farny
1. Donald John Trump
24. William MacLeod
12. Alexander MacLeod
25. Catherine MacLeod
6. Malcolm MacLeod
26. Alexander MacLeod
13. Ann MacLeod
27. Ann MacKenzie
3. Mary Anne MacLeod
28. Duncan Smith
14. Donald Smith
29. Henrietta MacQueen
7. Mary Smith
30. John MacAulay
15. Mary MacAulay
31. Isabella Murray

 

Donald Trump’s paternal ancestry is traceable to Bobenheim am Berg, a village in the Palatinate, Germany, in the 18th century. Johann Trump, born in Bobenheim, moved to village of Kallstadt where his grandson Friedrich Trump, grandfather of Donald Trump, born. This German heritage long concealed by Fred Trump until the 1980s or later told people he was of Swedish ancestry,  repeated this version in The Art of the Deal (1987) but later cliaimed he is “proud” of German heritage, even though refuses to associate his name with White Supremists has backed them going back to David Duke, Confederate statues, and the Hate spread thru US today.

Parents

Fred Trump

Donald Trump’s father, Fred Trump (1905–1999), born in New York, real estate developer, pillaged father’s fortune calculated to have actually made money if had made no deals instead of 6 corporate bankruptcies, mulitple company bankruptcies, major investor losses, failed tv show using fake set because producers said Trump Tower was faux gold shithole,  Fred Trump and his mother Elizabeth founded Elizabeth Trump & Son. Donald Trump later renamed it The Trump Organization and served as its chairman and president until assuming the office but still talks to and involved with organization and is under investigation not only by Mueller for Russian election interference but also by Trump Charity/Shamity as well as for NY tax schemes dating back decades that ripped off US and State but which only currently have State remedies.

Mary Anne MacLeod Trump

Born as Mary Anne MacLeod (1912–2000) in Tong, a small village near Stornoway, in the Western Isles of Scotland, she was the daughter of fisherman Malcolm MacLeod and Mary MacLeod (née Smith). At age 17, she immigrated to the United States and started working as a maid in New YorkMary and Donald Trump’s father Fred Trump met in New York and married in 1936. Mary supposedly became a U.S. citizen in 1942. Donald Trump has said that he “feels Scottish”.

Grandparents

Frederick Trump

Frederick Trump family, c. 1915

In 1885, Donald Trump’s grandfather, Friedrich Trump, emigrated from Kallstadt, Palatinate (then part of the Kingdom of Bavaria), to the United States at age 16. He anglicized his name to Frederick in 1892 when he became a U.S. citizen. During the Klondike Gold Rush, he amassed a fortune by opening a restaurant and hotel in Bennett and later Whitehorse, serving gold seekers on their way to the region; one biographer wrote that the business included a brothel, a portrayal Donald Trump has said was “totally false”. After his death, his fortune was passed on to his wife and son. Frederick Trump was a second cousin of Henry J. Heinz, founder of H. J. Heinz Company, whose father also came from Kallstadt.

Elizabeth Christ Trump

Donald Trump’s grandmother, Elizabeth Christ Trumpnée Christ, was born in 1880 and died on June 6, 1966. Born Elisabeth Christ, she married Frederick Trump in 1902 and moved to the United States with him. Like her husband, she was a native of Kallstadt, born as the daughter of Philipp and Marie Christ. Philipp Christ was descended from Johannes Christ (1626–1688/9) of FlörsheimHesseElizabeth Christ Trump was a descendant of organ builder Johann Michael Hartung (1708–1763) through her paternal grandmother Sabina Christ.

Other relatives

John G. Trump

Donald Trump’s paternal uncle John George Trump (1907–1985) was an electrical engineer, inventor and physicist who developed rotational radiation therapy, and, together with Robert J. Van de Graaff, one of the first million-volt X-ray generators. He was a recipient of Ronald Reagan‘s National Medal of Science and a member of the National Academy of Engineering.

Maryanne Trump Barry

Maryanne Barry (born 1937) is Donald Trump’s eldest sister. She is a senior judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Fred Trump Jr.

Fred Trump Jr. (1938–1981) was Donald Trump’s older brother. While attending Lehigh University, he joined a Jewish fraternity, Sigma Alpha Mu, even though he wasn’t Jewish. After he graduated, he was unable to work with his father in his family business, so he flew planes for Trans World Airlines. In 1962, he was married to Linda Clapp and had two children, Fred and Mary, before their divorce. In 1981, he died as a result of his ongoing alcoholism. His death caused Donald Trump to avoid alcohol and cigarettes.

Elizabeth Trump Grau

Elizabeth Trump Grau (born 1942) is an older sister of Donald Trump. In 1989, she married film producer James Grau. She worked as an executive for Chase Manhattan Bank, before retiring to Florida.

Robert Trump

Robert Trump (born 1948) is Donald Trump’s younger brother. He is a retired business executive and real estate developer who managed the Trump Organization‘s real estate holdings outside Manhattan. He was married to Blaine Trump until their divorce in 2007.He serves on the board

Immediate family

Wives

Ivana Trump

Ivana Marie Trump (née Zelníčková), the first wife of Donald Trump, was born on February 20, 1949 in ZlínCzechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic). She is a former fashion model and a businesswoman. They were married from 1977 until 1992. Ivana Trump took a major role in The Trump Organization. She became the Vice President of Interior Design for the company, leading the signature design of Trump Tower. Afterwards, her then-husband appointed her to head up the Trump Castle Hotel and Casino as president. She became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1988.

Marla Maples

Marla Ann Maples, the second wife of Donald Trump, was born on October 27, 1963 in Dalton, Georgia, making her Donald Trump’s only wife who was an American citizen at the time of their marriage. She is an actress and television personality. They were married from 1993 to 1999.

Melania Trump

Melania Trump (née Knavs), the third wife of Donald Trump, was born on April 26, 1970, in Novo MestoYugoslavia (present-day Slovenia). She has had a lengthy modeling career and is the second foreign-born First Lady of the United States. They were married in 2005.

her parents, even though under investigation, somehow managed to get citizenship doing chain migration as well as did their ‘einstein visa’ daughter who at one time had page up which actually proved she was not eligible for citizenship as she had illegally worked while waiting on the bogus visa {she only knows couple or so languages and has no other skills or knowledge}

Children

Trump has five children from three marriages: Don Jr.Ivanka, and Eric Trump with Ivana TrumpTiffany Trump with Marla Maples, and Barron Trump with Melania Trump.

Children with Ivana

Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric are Trump’s three eldest children, from his first marriage with Ivana Trump.

Prior to the election, each of the siblings held the title of Executive Vice President at The Trump Organization. During the campaign, they served as surrogates for their father on national news programs. Following Trump’s election victory, all three were named to the presidential transition team.

Following the inauguration, Donald Jr. and Eric took charge of the family’s real estate empire. Ivanka moved to Washington, D.C. with her husband Jared Kushner, who was appointed to a senior White House advisory position.

Tiffany Trump

Tiffany Ariana Trump (born October 13, 1993) is Donald Trump’s only child with Marla Maples. In 2016, she participated little in her father’s campaign because she was attending the University of Pennsylvania, her father’s alma mater. Shortly after graduating in sociology and urban studies, she made a speech for her father at the Republican National Convention at age 22.

Barron Trump

Barron Trump in November 2016

Barron William Trump (born March 20, 2006) is Donald Trump’s youngest child and his only child with Melania Trump. He is of German and Scottish descent on his father’s side and Slovenian descent on his mother’s side. In May 2006, Barron Trump received the Christian sacrament of baptism at The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida. He attended the Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School in Manhattan. Barron is fluent in English and Slovene. During his early childhood, Barron made several television appearances, including on The Apprentice and a May 16, 2006 episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show at only 2 months old. Barron did not immediately move into the White Housewhen his father became president, but remained at Trump Tower with his mother until the end of the 2016–2017 school year. Melania and Barron moved to the White House on June 11, 2017, and he now attends St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland.

 

Grandchildren

Donald Trump has nine grandchildren. Donald Trump Jr. and his former wife Vanessa have five children: daughters Kai Madison and Chloe Sophia and sons Donald John III Tristan Milos (born October 2, 2011), and Spencer Frederick

Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner have three children: daughter Arabella Rose Kushner and sons Joseph Frederick Kushner and Theodore James Kushner

On September 12, 2017, Eric Trump and his wife Lara announced the birth of their son Eric “Luke” Trump, who is their first child and Donald Trump’s ninth grandchild.

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Fred and Mary Trump

Donald Trump is the fourth of five children.

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The president's older sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, who

 

Donald Trump married Czech fashion model Ivana Zelníčková

 

Donald Trump Jr., 40, is Donald Trump's oldest

 

Ivanka Trump, 36, is Donald Trump's second child

 

Kushner, 37, a real estate developer who bought the New York Observer while in his 20s, has been married to Ivanka since 2009.He played a key role in the Trump campaign, which translated to a position as a senior adviser to the president. However, with his security access downgraded in February 2018, his precise duties have become less clear. He continues to have a hand in foreign relations, including with Israel. HER role as ‘unpaid consultant’ with WH office is murky at best as she has sat in on not only WH breifings and meetings but has also grasped at patents and other things related to trump family and her own sweatshop business which has went under same as her father’s many

Eric Trump, son

Eric Trump, 34, is Donald Trump's third child
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Eric Trump, 34, is Donald Trump’s third child and the last child he had with Ivana Trump. He serves as an executive vice president at Trump Organization.

Eric is married to former TV producer Lara Yunaska, and has one son, who was born in September 2017.

Eric has made a number of TV appearances since his dad became president, often defending him and criticizing the media. After the president allegedly used vulgar language to describe African nations and Haiti, Eric dismissed accusations that his dad is racist. “My father sees one color, green,” Eric said on “Fox and Friends.” “He cares about the economy, right? He does not see race.”

Lara Yunaska, daughter-in-lawLara Yunaska, a former producer at CBS’ “Inside Edition,” married Eric in 2014 at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. The two had their first child, Eric “Luke” Trump, on Sept. 12, 2017. is a senior adviser for the president’s 2020 campaign, and has hosted several “high-level meetings within the White House to push a variety of domestic policy initiatives,”

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Marla Maples, second wife

Donald Trump and Marla Maples married in 1993, but their relationship was rumored to have started years earlier. They had a daughter, Tiffany, in 1993 before they divorced in 1999; after splitting, Maples and Tiffany moved to California.

Melania Trump, third wife

Melania Trump (born Melanija Knavs, but changed to

Melania Trump (born Melanija Knavs, but changed to Melania Knauss upon immigrating to the United States) is a former model who worked in Milan and Paris before moving to New York in 1996. Two years later, she met Donald at a Manhattan party. The couple wed in 2005. They had their first and only child together, Barron, in 2006 — the same year that Melania became a U.S. citizen. Melania, 47, delayed her move to Washington, D.C., with Barron to allow him to finish the 2016-2017 school year in New York City but has since done nohting about supposed anti-bullying campaign as her husband is one of biggest ones around and says it’s ‘locker room talk’ nor anything to help children other than taking taxpayer expense paid trip over seas to ‘shit hole’ country mentioned by trump. Her parents even under investigation somehow managed to get chain migration though her status iffy at best AND she worked during visa process still somehow getting ‘einstein visa’ though WHY is still unknown as she only speaks a couple or so languages and is knowledgeable about little to nothing else, so Baron is her anchor baby backup. She recently went in supposedly over her health and came out with a new pair of breasts.

Barron Trump, 11, is Donald Trump’s youngest son and only child with wife, Melania Trump.

Since she was working while attempting to get citizenship he would be considered an ‘achor baby’, and his name is one of the many fake ones used by Trump faking being his own publicist to brag and lie and his dealings.  Same as all his other wives, he cheated on her, while she was laid up after having had their son.

he is accused of raping his first wife and is known for being a totally hands off lousy father

http://mentalfloss.com/article/29636/what-happens-leftover-campaign-funds-when-candidate-drops-out

 

#DUFUS @POTUS Honest as Day Long …when it’s Alaska NIGHT.

NOT so Breaking News: Faux Newz puts out yet another unbelievable PileO’Shite, IS DOCUMENTED via audio & video & interviews where he lies, backtracks, changes storIES whole or part up to & including claiming speaker {HIM, even repeatedly lying} did NOT say what repeatedly said.

{response to twitter tweet

NOT so Breaking News: Faux Newz puts out yet another unbelievable PileO’Shite, IS DOCUMENTED via audio & video & interviews where he lies, backtracks, changes storIES whole or part up to & including claiming speaker {HIM, even repeatedly lying} did NOT say what repeatedly said.

WP’s David Fahrenthold Pulitzer National Reporting work exposed distance between image/reality Trump’s philanthropy, charitable giving claims vs facts & items/funds bought/spent improperly w/ Charity/Shamity funds incl personal/bus legal fees/charges totally unrelated to charity.

NY AttyGen lawsuit against ‘Charity’/Dufus/Beavis/Butthead/Airhead illegally using money settle disputes re business & boost political during 2016 WH run, seeks $2.8 million restitution+unspecified penalties & disolution/ban other charity involvment due to following issues:

Improper & Extensive political activity, repeated & willful self-dealing transactions, failure follow basic fiduciary obligations, ALL now before NYAG/IRS/FEC, Foundation claimed funds be used exclusively for charitable, religious, scientific, literary or educational purposes

Tax-exempt status charities are required follow rules include strict prohibition against involvement political campaigns. Trump tweeted “I won’t settle this case!”, attempted slander outgoing AG as par course his low course, reminder previous when settled Trump University suits.

31-year-old foundation claimed given more than $19 million to charitable causes while keeping expenses minimal w/Trump & companies more than $8 million. In 2016 it was investigated that in fact the spending personally benefitied him/bus/family starting w

$100,000 Foundation $ settle legal claims Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, $158,000 lawsuit prize hole-in-one contest Trump National Golf Club, $10,000 buy 6-foot portrait of Trump at charity auction, $5,000 adverts programs for charitable events which promoted his business properties

Also $32,000 payment foundation made to satisfy Trump company pledge to contribute land-preservation group. After NYAG attorney general began investigating, Trump business reimbursed foundation for various payments and returned painting to foundation.

Despite prohibition on political activity foundation cut $25,000 check 2013 to Republican Florida AG Bondi’s re-election campaign & only after watchdog group complained IRS 2016 did Trump reimburse/paid foundation $2,500 fine.

Four days before Iowa caucuses Trump held televised rally/fundraiser for veterans’ organizations, event raised approximately $5.6 million, half which went to Trump Foundation, rest given directly by donors to veterans groups. Foundation gave campaign members control over money.

Foundation made least 5 grants $100,000 each Iowa groups before caucuses, presenting giant checks at rallies bearing “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan along with foundation’s address. NOT give personal $ promised until media pressure later but pledge only.

just few of the MANY welches and lies trumpedup included 1 million to @SenWarren, @POTUS44 as well as various lying claims to his rally protestors pay for any and all legal fees if they did acts that landed them in jail in support of him/candidacy including racial/bigoted

#DUFUS @POTUS is as Honest as the Day is Long…when it’s Alaska NIGHT.

#DUFUS @POTUS #FnMoron FauxNewz BS, claims Repugs going win Nov #DelusionalDumbassDonMushroomMan

#DUFUS @POTUS #FnMoron rants again, once again lack of facts, chock full #FauxNewz, leaves out how already screwed only Dem to vote with Repugs

51 Republicans 49 Democrats, need minimum 50 votes confirm then VP cast IF 50/50 tiebreaking vote. 51 Flake 50 Murkowski 49 Collins 48 DEM Manchin SO if hadn’t #Kaved no vp vote @JeffFlake @LisaMurkowski @SenatorCollins @Sen_JoeManchin

“I do hope that Judge Kavanaugh will not allow the partisan nature this process took to follow him onto the court,” Manchin said. Though already proven by Kavanaugh’s opening PREPARED speech that he was VERY partisan ALREADY & STAYING that way. Trump Jr already been tweeting about Manchin’s opponent upcoming election and now Trump endorsed state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R) and campaigned for him despite Manchin working with Trump regularly.

#DUFUS @POTUS #FnMoron #DISGRACE TOTAL DISREGARD #FACTS Misogynistic IDIOT know JACK total #LOSERLIAR @LisaMurkowski TANKED herself in Alaska w/ Dems & Rapists SHE PAIRED SAVE @SenDaines WEDDING & U ALREADY screwing #Manchin #LibelLawsNOTSaveLIARS THAT Y U NOT SUE YOU LOSE

Collins claimed she had extensively reviewed record from 12 years as D.C. District Court judge, met thousands of constituents proponents & opponents , couterarguments to criticism would overturn ACA or expansive view of presidential power, that his belief was no president above the law.

Collins did not mention allegations of sexual misconduct until into speech, never mentioned drinking issues, never mentioned multiple accusations of lying under oath in various hearings, only basially saying due process etc so did not believe accusations against him from highly restricted limited investigation as denied limited.

Ignore record unconstitutional legislation 4th amendment & privacy ‘Patriot Act’ agreed SC struck down duly promulgated EPA regs mercury & DC opinion struck down EPA rulemaking, in Starr said no president above law, NOW says sitting presidents are/should be until out of office

Kavanaugh said 1973RoeVWade affirmed “many times.” He defended dissenting opinion last year case of pregnant immigrant teen in federal custody, would have denied her immediate access to abortion even after she received permission from Texas judge trying drag out. #YouveBeenKaveD

Stated not sure Roe was considered settled “since Court can always overrule its precedent, and three current Justices on the Court would do so.”

Collins told reporters last month that Kavanaugh indicated to her in private that Roe was settled, though Democrats and reproductive rights activists said the remark was a dodge.

On Wednesday, Kavanaugh sought to tamp down fears that he would overturn or roll back the ruling. Kavanaugh said that Roe was “an important precedent of the Supreme Court that has been reaffirmed many times.” He referred to Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the 1992 abortion case that reaffirmed Roe’s central holding, as “precedent on precedent.”

ALREADY 3 MILLION $ warchest to be used for Collin’s OPPONENT, mostly because NO ONE can be STUPIDER that HER.

Excuse his infantile behavior as being upset about the allegations. It’s possible to defend oneself with dignity & composure but he didn’t. Respect is earned. It cannot and will not be demanded as Kavanaugh has tried to do. Kavanaugh is clearly partisan and made that clear in his childish tirades. You can’t cover for him or try to claim he didn’t mean what he said. Positive experiences with Kavanaugh do not nullify bad experiences that others have had with him; he still lied to your face, in lawyer speak. Your arrogance is astounding.

Why Twitter is a Twit

‘Wild’ Thoughts:

Trumpedup screwing the nation one large group of HATE at a time, even allies, & now whole contries where he has lied about and to them, the ‘billionaire’ who isn’t even a millionaire, and of course not to let his level of award winning #STUPIDEST run out, he and Hannity {for which Michael Cohen is lawyer for}  is one of the absolute #FnMorons of all time, as you know, Currently I have been sent by Twitter ‘teacher’ to the ‘naughty’ corner for 12 hours ‘time out’, regardless of the actual FACT that according to their own rules I didn’t break any of them. but figure you’d get a kick out of this, since this ‘girl went Wild’.

Hi BK,
Your account, @KeyLargo411 has been locked for violating the Twitter Rules.
Specifically for:
Violating our rules against hateful conduct.
You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease.

NOW, as told them, please read what originally wrote before, and note that at NO time did I do ANY of those things, and when appealed it, they said could take a day or 2, at least to get back to me…for a 12 hour ban thing, but for which they want a telephone number which can NOT be home etc because can’t get sms thru twitter {can some others} nor does it allow email confirmation even though that is how signed up for twitter, via email, and that is linked to the sign-up/handle, so far they have accepted NO telephone numbers put in nor any other way to start fixing their screwup {finally had to use room mate’s cell # since he doesn’t use twitter at all}.

@KeyLargo411
@seanhannity makes great male whore, even already knows how #SUCK several different ways, then again had lots practice being around @DUFUS @POTUS, went from absolutely no collusion to collusion absolutely not a crime, hannity always will be the total best #FnMoron sellout can be.

Please proceed to Twitter now to fix the issue with your account. {Note what said above how can’t be fixed duh, twitter twits}

Now it’s been about a week or so, and I’ve been banned AGAIN, this time for ‘7’ days which in twitter ‘appeal’ years is about a month.

banned off twitter, again, last time it was for 24 hours, and when wrote to dispute it, as it violated NONE of what they said, it took them 5 days to get back to me, and neither time did I specifically or otherwise do hateful conduct {and since bubble head still tweets omg that shows example and more of hateful conduct}, did not promote violence, threaten, harass based on race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease {unless they are saying tomi being that stupid is serious disease}, and considering they let trumpedup spew all that and more from his PERSONAL account not even potus acct because he thinks that works around the pres records act {it doesn’t but no one tell the FnMoron that}

this time it was

Hi BK,
Your account, @KeyLargo411 has been locked for violating the Twitter Rules.
Specifically for:
Violating our rules against hateful conduct.
You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease.
avatar
BK
@KeyLargo411
@TomiLahren just another one of the #FauxNewz blonde bimbos, tho give her credit where credit is due, #SnowFlakeNoSnow is actually the #Stupidist spending 99% time makup 1% lining up papers 0 reading, the ear piece is saying over and over ‘breath in, breath out’

Please note that repeated violations may lead to a permanent suspension of your account. Proceed to Twitter now to fix the issue with your account.

as was said from one of the posts I was responding to,  Heather Heyer’s murderer was Hispanic, NOT illegal. The family has asked you to stop making political punchlines out their loved one being dead. And now Faux Newz & trumpedup twitter twit tweets have poisoned the jury pool with #FakeNewz/outright LIES AGAIN

PLEASE NOTE: Tomi Lahren ‘works’ for #FauxNewz, which is public {supposed} news source/organization, so that makes her not exactly a public official but in ‘news’ and thereofore allowed to spew #LiesDamnLiesOMGLies hate filled biased racist public rants, yet mz bubblehead bobblehead 2018 is NEVER censored in any way…so yeah Twitter is totally biased {and ridiculously stupid} on who {and why, because NEVER fits ANY of the things listed} as to why they CLAIM to be banning someone, setting aside the facts that that none of the things mentioned were done, EXCEPT by HER, yet her account is active.

This from a ‘person’ who has never worked a real job a day in her life, who got some lame supposedly ‘journalistic’ ‘degree, and has made it her ‘purpose’ in life to spew racism and hatred, including any dissenters as ‘liberal’ ‘snowflake’ and whatever else she ‘thinks’ is derogatory, so obviously a graduate of the Trumpedup School of Misinformation, Alternative Truths, & Alternative Dimensions.

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