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Donald Trump rails against the 'continuation of the witch hunt' as Manhattan DA reveals he is probing the Trump Organization...
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Miloch
2020-08-04 00:38:42 UTC
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...for 'insurance and bank fraud' and 'pattern of financial misconduct'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8589009/Prosecutor-seeking-Trumps-taxes-cites-probe-business.html

*The indication came in a filing by Manhattan DA Cy Vance

*Vance's office is seeking eight years of Trump Organization tax returns

*Vance told a federal judge probe was not limited to 'hush-money' payments

*Supreme Court ruled prosecutors must provide a justification for the returns in
federal court

*Trump lawyers claim subpoenas were made in bad faith

*Trump called it a 'witch hunt' and compared it to the Mueller probe

President Donald Trump railed against a 'witch hunt' Monday after New York
prosecutors seeking his tax returns told a federal court his family company is
being probed for alleged fraud.

Trump addressed the case at a White House press briefing after a rambling
introduction where he said the coronavirus would 'soon be very much under
control.'

He then got asked about the court push, where prosecutors indicated their probes
are going well beyond a hush-payment scheme to porn star Stormy Daniels and into
complex financial matters related to the company started by Trump's father and
overseen by him until he was elected in 2016.

'This is just a continuation of the witch hunt,' Trump said.

'It’s Democrat stuff they failed with Mueller they failed with everything,'
Trump said, referencing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, which
generally confined itself to allegations of a conspiracy between the Trump
campaign and Russians. The report preceded a failed Democratic impeachment
effort.

'They failed at every stage of the game,' Trump said. 'Even before I got in this
was starting with the Mueller deal. Mueller started a little bit after,' Trump
corrected himself. Mueller was appointed after former Attorney General Jeff
Sessions recused himself from overseeing the Russia investigation in 2017.

Trump also said he was barely familiar with the matter, which was reported in
the New York Times and a variety of outlets as a court filing was made public.

'There’s nothing that I know even about it,' Trump said. 'I said what’s this all
about? I know nothing about it.'

'It’s a terrible thing that they do. It’s really a terrible thing. The witch
hunt has gone on long enough,' he said.

A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald TrumpŽs tax returns told a
judge Monday that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of
'extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization.'

TrumpŽs lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was
issued in bad faith and amounted to harassment of the president.

Manhattan District Attorney District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. is seeking
eight years of the Republican presidentŽs personal and corporate tax records,
but has disclosed little about what prompted him to request the records, other
than part of the investigation is related to payoffs made to women to keep them
quiet about alleged affairs with Trump.

In a court filing Monday, though, attorneys for Vance said Trump's arguments
that the subpoena was too broad stemmed from 'the false premise' that the probe
was limited to so-called 'hush-money' payments.

'This Court is already aware that this assertion is fatally undermined by
undisputed information in the public record,' VanceŽs lawyers wrote.

They said public reporting demonstrates that at the time the subpoena was issues
'there were public allegations of possible criminal activity at PlaintiffŽs New
York County-based Trump Organization dating back over a decade.'

'These reports describe transactions involving individual and corporate actors
based in New York County, but whose conduct at times extended beyond New YorkŽs
borders. This possible criminal activity occurred within the applicable statutes
of limitations, particularly if the transactions involved a continuing pattern
of conduct,' the lawyers said.

'In light of these public reports of possibly extensive and protracted criminal
conduct at the Trump Organization, there was nothing facially improper (or even
particularly unusual) about the Mazars Subpoena, which issued in connection with
a complex financial investigation, requesting eight years of records from an
accounting firm,' they wrote.

The office had earlier subpoenaed the Mazars accounting firm for the tax return
information, in a case that resulted in a 7-2 Supreme Court decision.

The lawyers urged Judge Victor Marrero to swiftly reject Trump's arguments,
saying the baseless claims were threatening the investigation. Marrero, who
ruled against Trump last year, has scheduled arguments to be fully submitted by
mid-August.

'Every day that goes by is another day Plaintiff effectively achieves the
`temporary absolute immunityŽ that was rejected by this Court, the Court of
Appeals, and the Supreme Court,' Vance's lawyers said. 'Every such day also
increases the prospect of a loss of evidence or the expiration of limitations
periods - the precise concerns that the Supreme Court observed justified its
rejection of PlaintiffŽs immunity claim in the first place.'

The Supreme Court last month rejected claims by TrumpŽs lawyers that the
president could not be criminally investigated while he was in office.

Vance sought the tax records in part for a probe of how TrumpŽs then-personal
lawyer, Michael Cohen, arranged during the 2016 presidential race to keep the
porn actress Stormy Daniels and model Karen McDougal from airing claims of
extramarital affairs with Trump. Trump has denied the affairs.

Cohen is serving the last two years of a three-year prison sentence in home
confinement after pleading guilty to campaign finance violations and lying to
Congress, among other charges. He said he plans to publish a book critical of
the president before the November election.

The prosecutors' memo sites cites three media reports to back up the claim that
'possible criminal activity' justify the subpoena. A Wall Street Journal story
details the $130,000 hush payment that Cohen made to porn star Stormy Daniels,
who claims she had an affair with Trump. Another is an extensive New York Times
report alleging Trump engaged in 'outright fraud' and reported on an
investigation on practices Trump and his siblings took to lower the taxable
estate of his father, Fred Trump.

They also cited a Washington Post report that Trump overstated his wealth when
he would issue a 'Statements of Financial Condition' to lenders and insurers.
Longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen leveled the charge in House testimony
following his guilty plea of lying to Congress.




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Jack Shit
2020-08-04 13:34:06 UTC
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Post by Miloch
...for 'insurance and bank fraud' and 'pattern of financial misconduct'
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8589009/Prosecutor-seeking-Trumps-taxes-cites-probe-business.html
*The indication came in a filing by Manhattan DA Cy Vance
*Vance's office is seeking eight years of Trump Organization tax returns
*Vance told a federal judge probe was not limited to 'hush-money' payments
*Supreme Court ruled prosecutors must provide a justification for the returns in
federal court
*Trump lawyers claim subpoenas were made in bad faith
*Trump called it a 'witch hunt' and compared it to the Mueller probe
President Donald Trump railed against a 'witch hunt' Monday after New York
prosecutors seeking his tax returns told a federal court his family company is
being probed for alleged fraud.
Trump addressed the case at a White House press briefing after a rambling
introduction where he said the coronavirus would 'soon be very much under
control.'
He then got asked about the court push, where prosecutors indicated their probes
are going well beyond a hush-payment scheme to porn star Stormy Daniels and into
complex financial matters related to the company started by Trump's father and
overseen by him until he was elected in 2016.
'This is just a continuation of the witch hunt,' Trump said.
'It? Democrat stuff they failed with Mueller they failed with everything,'
Trump said, referencing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, which
generally confined itself to allegations of a conspiracy between the Trump
campaign and Russians. The report preceded a failed Democratic impeachment
effort.
'They failed at every stage of the game,' Trump said. 'Even before I got in this
was starting with the Mueller deal. Mueller started a little bit after,' Trump
corrected himself. Mueller was appointed after former Attorney General Jeff
Sessions recused himself from overseeing the Russia investigation in 2017.
Trump also said he was barely familiar with the matter, which was reported in
the New York Times and a variety of outlets as a court filing was made public.
'There? nothing that I know even about it,' Trump said. 'I said what? this all
about? I know nothing about it.'
'It? a terrible thing that they do. It? really a terrible thing. The witch
hunt has gone on long enough,' he said.
A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald Trump? tax returns told a
judge Monday that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of
'extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization.'
Trump? lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was
issued in bad faith and amounted to harassment of the president.
Manhattan District Attorney District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. is seeking
eight years of the Republican president? personal and corporate tax records,
but has disclosed little about what prompted him to request the records, other
than part of the investigation is related to payoffs made to women to keep them
quiet about alleged affairs with Trump.
In a court filing Monday, though, attorneys for Vance said Trump's arguments
that the subpoena was too broad stemmed from 'the false premise' that the probe
was limited to so-called 'hush-money' payments.
'This Court is already aware that this assertion is fatally undermined by
undisputed information in the public record,' Vance? lawyers wrote.
They said public reporting demonstrates that at the time the subpoena was issues
'there were public allegations of possible criminal activity at Plaintiff? New
York County-based Trump Organization dating back over a decade.'
'These reports describe transactions involving individual and corporate actors
based in New York County, but whose conduct at times extended beyond New York?
borders. This possible criminal activity occurred within the applicable statutes
of limitations, particularly if the transactions involved a continuing pattern
of conduct,' the lawyers said.
'In light of these public reports of possibly extensive and protracted criminal
conduct at the Trump Organization, there was nothing facially improper (or even
particularly unusual) about the Mazars Subpoena, which issued in connection with
a complex financial investigation, requesting eight years of records from an
accounting firm,' they wrote.
The office had earlier subpoenaed the Mazars accounting firm for the tax return
information, in a case that resulted in a 7-2 Supreme Court decision.
The lawyers urged Judge Victor Marrero to swiftly reject Trump's arguments,
saying the baseless claims were threatening the investigation. Marrero, who
ruled against Trump last year, has scheduled arguments to be fully submitted by
mid-August.
'Every day that goes by is another day Plaintiff effectively achieves the
`temporary absolute immunity?that was rejected by this Court, the Court of
Appeals, and the Supreme Court,' Vance's lawyers said. 'Every such day also
increases the prospect of a loss of evidence or the expiration of limitations
periods - the precise concerns that the Supreme Court observed justified its
rejection of Plaintiff? immunity claim in the first place.'
The Supreme Court last month rejected claims by Trump? lawyers that the
president could not be criminally investigated while he was in office.
Vance sought the tax records in part for a probe of how Trump? then-personal
lawyer, Michael Cohen, arranged during the 2016 presidential race to keep the
porn actress Stormy Daniels and model Karen McDougal from airing claims of
extramarital affairs with Trump. Trump has denied the affairs.
Cohen is serving the last two years of a three-year prison sentence in home
confinement after pleading guilty to campaign finance violations and lying to
Congress, among other charges. He said he plans to publish a book critical of
the president before the November election.
The prosecutors' memo sites cites three media reports to back up the claim that
'possible criminal activity' justify the subpoena. A Wall Street Journal story
details the $130,000 hush payment that Cohen made to porn star Stormy Daniels,
who claims she had an affair with Trump. Another is an extensive New York Times
report alleging Trump engaged in 'outright fraud' and reported on an
investigation on practices Trump and his siblings took to lower the taxable
estate of his father, Fred Trump.
They also cited a Washington Post report that Trump overstated his wealth when
he would issue a 'Statements of Financial Condition' to lenders and insurers.
Longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen leveled the charge in House testimony
following his guilty plea of lying to Congress.
Your TDS is amusing.
Miloch
2020-08-04 14:48:42 UTC
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Post by Jack Shit
Post by Miloch
...for 'insurance and bank fraud' and 'pattern of financial misconduct'
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8589009/Prosecutor-seeking-Trumps-taxes-cites-probe-business.html
*The indication came in a filing by Manhattan DA Cy Vance
*Vance's office is seeking eight years of Trump Organization tax returns
*Vance told a federal judge probe was not limited to 'hush-money' payments
*Supreme Court ruled prosecutors must provide a justification for the returns in
federal court
*Trump lawyers claim subpoenas were made in bad faith
*Trump called it a 'witch hunt' and compared it to the Mueller probe
President Donald Trump railed against a 'witch hunt' Monday after New York
prosecutors seeking his tax returns told a federal court his family company is
being probed for alleged fraud.
Trump addressed the case at a White House press briefing after a rambling
introduction where he said the coronavirus would 'soon be very much under
control.'
He then got asked about the court push, where prosecutors indicated their probes
are going well beyond a hush-payment scheme to porn star Stormy Daniels and into
complex financial matters related to the company started by Trump's father and
overseen by him until he was elected in 2016.
'This is just a continuation of the witch hunt,' Trump said.
'It? Democrat stuff they failed with Mueller they failed with everything,'
Trump said, referencing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, which
generally confined itself to allegations of a conspiracy between the Trump
campaign and Russians. The report preceded a failed Democratic impeachment
effort.
'They failed at every stage of the game,' Trump said. 'Even before I got in this
was starting with the Mueller deal. Mueller started a little bit after,' Trump
corrected himself. Mueller was appointed after former Attorney General Jeff
Sessions recused himself from overseeing the Russia investigation in 2017.
Trump also said he was barely familiar with the matter, which was reported in
the New York Times and a variety of outlets as a court filing was made public.
'There? nothing that I know even about it,' Trump said. 'I said what? this all
about? I know nothing about it.'
'It? a terrible thing that they do. It? really a terrible thing. The witch
hunt has gone on long enough,' he said.
A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald Trump? tax returns told a
judge Monday that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of
'extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization.'
Trump? lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was
issued in bad faith and amounted to harassment of the president.
Manhattan District Attorney District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. is seeking
eight years of the Republican president? personal and corporate tax records,
but has disclosed little about what prompted him to request the records, other
than part of the investigation is related to payoffs made to women to keep them
quiet about alleged affairs with Trump.
In a court filing Monday, though, attorneys for Vance said Trump's arguments
that the subpoena was too broad stemmed from 'the false premise' that the probe
was limited to so-called 'hush-money' payments.
'This Court is already aware that this assertion is fatally undermined by
undisputed information in the public record,' Vance? lawyers wrote.
They said public reporting demonstrates that at the time the subpoena was issues
'there were public allegations of possible criminal activity at Plaintiff? New
York County-based Trump Organization dating back over a decade.'
'These reports describe transactions involving individual and corporate actors
based in New York County, but whose conduct at times extended beyond New York?
borders. This possible criminal activity occurred within the applicable statutes
of limitations, particularly if the transactions involved a continuing pattern
of conduct,' the lawyers said.
'In light of these public reports of possibly extensive and protracted criminal
conduct at the Trump Organization, there was nothing facially improper (or even
particularly unusual) about the Mazars Subpoena, which issued in connection with
a complex financial investigation, requesting eight years of records from an
accounting firm,' they wrote.
The office had earlier subpoenaed the Mazars accounting firm for the tax return
information, in a case that resulted in a 7-2 Supreme Court decision.
The lawyers urged Judge Victor Marrero to swiftly reject Trump's arguments,
saying the baseless claims were threatening the investigation. Marrero, who
ruled against Trump last year, has scheduled arguments to be fully submitted by
mid-August.
'Every day that goes by is another day Plaintiff effectively achieves the
`temporary absolute immunity?that was rejected by this Court, the Court of
Appeals, and the Supreme Court,' Vance's lawyers said. 'Every such day also
increases the prospect of a loss of evidence or the expiration of limitations
periods - the precise concerns that the Supreme Court observed justified its
rejection of Plaintiff? immunity claim in the first place.'
The Supreme Court last month rejected claims by Trump? lawyers that the
president could not be criminally investigated while he was in office.
Vance sought the tax records in part for a probe of how Trump? then-personal
lawyer, Michael Cohen, arranged during the 2016 presidential race to keep the
porn actress Stormy Daniels and model Karen McDougal from airing claims of
extramarital affairs with Trump. Trump has denied the affairs.
Cohen is serving the last two years of a three-year prison sentence in home
confinement after pleading guilty to campaign finance violations and lying to
Congress, among other charges. He said he plans to publish a book critical of
the president before the November election.
The prosecutors' memo sites cites three media reports to back up the claim that
'possible criminal activity' justify the subpoena. A Wall Street Journal story
details the $130,000 hush payment that Cohen made to porn star Stormy Daniels,
who claims she had an affair with Trump. Another is an extensive New York Times
report alleging Trump engaged in 'outright fraud' and reported on an
investigation on practices Trump and his siblings took to lower the taxable
estate of his father, Fred Trump.
They also cited a Washington Post report that Trump overstated his wealth when
he would issue a 'Statements of Financial Condition' to lenders and insurers.
Longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen leveled the charge in House testimony
following his guilty plea of lying to Congress.
Your TDS is amusing.
...and the cure is acomin' in November!


*
Jack Shit
2020-08-04 15:06:57 UTC
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Post by Miloch
Post by Jack Shit
Post by Miloch
...for 'insurance and bank fraud' and 'pattern of financial misconduct'
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8589009/Prosecutor-seeking-Trumps-taxes-cites-probe-business.html
*The indication came in a filing by Manhattan DA Cy Vance
*Vance's office is seeking eight years of Trump Organization tax returns
*Vance told a federal judge probe was not limited to 'hush-money' payments
*Supreme Court ruled prosecutors must provide a justification for the returns in
federal court
*Trump lawyers claim subpoenas were made in bad faith
*Trump called it a 'witch hunt' and compared it to the Mueller probe
President Donald Trump railed against a 'witch hunt' Monday after New York
prosecutors seeking his tax returns told a federal court his family company is
being probed for alleged fraud.
Trump addressed the case at a White House press briefing after a rambling
introduction where he said the coronavirus would 'soon be very much under
control.'
He then got asked about the court push, where prosecutors indicated their probes
are going well beyond a hush-payment scheme to porn star Stormy Daniels and into
complex financial matters related to the company started by Trump's father and
overseen by him until he was elected in 2016.
'This is just a continuation of the witch hunt,' Trump said.
'It? Democrat stuff they failed with Mueller they failed with everything,'
Trump said, referencing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, which
generally confined itself to allegations of a conspiracy between the Trump
campaign and Russians. The report preceded a failed Democratic impeachment
effort.
'They failed at every stage of the game,' Trump said. 'Even before I got in this
was starting with the Mueller deal. Mueller started a little bit after,' Trump
corrected himself. Mueller was appointed after former Attorney General Jeff
Sessions recused himself from overseeing the Russia investigation in 2017.
Trump also said he was barely familiar with the matter, which was reported in
the New York Times and a variety of outlets as a court filing was made public.
'There? nothing that I know even about it,' Trump said. 'I said what? this all
about? I know nothing about it.'
'It? a terrible thing that they do. It? really a terrible thing. The witch
hunt has gone on long enough,' he said.
A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald Trump? tax returns told a
judge Monday that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of
'extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization.'
Trump? lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was
issued in bad faith and amounted to harassment of the president.
Manhattan District Attorney District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. is seeking
eight years of the Republican president? personal and corporate tax records,
but has disclosed little about what prompted him to request the records, other
than part of the investigation is related to payoffs made to women to keep them
quiet about alleged affairs with Trump.
In a court filing Monday, though, attorneys for Vance said Trump's arguments
that the subpoena was too broad stemmed from 'the false premise' that the probe
was limited to so-called 'hush-money' payments.
'This Court is already aware that this assertion is fatally undermined by
undisputed information in the public record,' Vance? lawyers wrote.
They said public reporting demonstrates that at the time the subpoena was issues
'there were public allegations of possible criminal activity at Plaintiff? New
York County-based Trump Organization dating back over a decade.'
'These reports describe transactions involving individual and corporate actors
based in New York County, but whose conduct at times extended beyond New York?
borders. This possible criminal activity occurred within the applicable statutes
of limitations, particularly if the transactions involved a continuing pattern
of conduct,' the lawyers said.
'In light of these public reports of possibly extensive and protracted criminal
conduct at the Trump Organization, there was nothing facially improper (or even
particularly unusual) about the Mazars Subpoena, which issued in connection with
a complex financial investigation, requesting eight years of records from an
accounting firm,' they wrote.
The office had earlier subpoenaed the Mazars accounting firm for the tax return
information, in a case that resulted in a 7-2 Supreme Court decision.
The lawyers urged Judge Victor Marrero to swiftly reject Trump's arguments,
saying the baseless claims were threatening the investigation. Marrero, who
ruled against Trump last year, has scheduled arguments to be fully submitted by
mid-August.
'Every day that goes by is another day Plaintiff effectively achieves the
`temporary absolute immunity?that was rejected by this Court, the Court of
Appeals, and the Supreme Court,' Vance's lawyers said. 'Every such day also
increases the prospect of a loss of evidence or the expiration of limitations
periods - the precise concerns that the Supreme Court observed justified its
rejection of Plaintiff? immunity claim in the first place.'
The Supreme Court last month rejected claims by Trump? lawyers that the
president could not be criminally investigated while he was in office.
Vance sought the tax records in part for a probe of how Trump? then-personal
lawyer, Michael Cohen, arranged during the 2016 presidential race to keep the
porn actress Stormy Daniels and model Karen McDougal from airing claims of
extramarital affairs with Trump. Trump has denied the affairs.
Cohen is serving the last two years of a three-year prison sentence in home
confinement after pleading guilty to campaign finance violations and lying to
Congress, among other charges. He said he plans to publish a book critical of
the president before the November election.
The prosecutors' memo sites cites three media reports to back up the claim that
'possible criminal activity' justify the subpoena. A Wall Street Journal story
details the $130,000 hush payment that Cohen made to porn star Stormy Daniels,
who claims she had an affair with Trump. Another is an extensive New York Times
report alleging Trump engaged in 'outright fraud' and reported on an
investigation on practices Trump and his siblings took to lower the taxable
estate of his father, Fred Trump.
They also cited a Washington Post report that Trump overstated his wealth when
he would issue a 'Statements of Financial Condition' to lenders and insurers.
Longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen leveled the charge in House testimony
following his guilty plea of lying to Congress.
Your TDS is amusing.
...and the cure is acomin' in November!
*
You mean when Biden wins due to cheating and then replaced with a hand
picked person? That is my prediction. Prove me wrong.
Miloch
2020-08-04 15:22:41 UTC
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Post by Jack Shit
Post by Miloch
Post by Jack Shit
Post by Miloch
...for 'insurance and bank fraud' and 'pattern of financial misconduct'
he would issue a 'Statements of Financial Condition' to lenders and insurers.
Longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen leveled the charge in House testimony
following his guilty plea of lying to Congress.
Your TDS is amusing.
...and the cure is acomin' in November!
*
You mean when Biden wins due to cheating and then replaced with a hand
picked person? That is my prediction. Prove me wrong.
Mmmm...nah! Prove you're right...


*
Jack Shit
2020-08-04 15:42:44 UTC
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Post by Miloch
Post by Jack Shit
Post by Miloch
Post by Jack Shit
Post by Miloch
...for 'insurance and bank fraud' and 'pattern of financial misconduct'
he would issue a 'Statements of Financial Condition' to lenders and insurers.
Longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen leveled the charge in House testimony
following his guilty plea of lying to Congress.
Your TDS is amusing.
...and the cure is acomin' in November!
*
You mean when Biden wins due to cheating and then replaced with a hand
picked person? That is my prediction. Prove me wrong.
Mmmm...nah! Prove you're right...
*
I knew you would run away. Joust wait you will see. I know due to the
cheating left that Trump will lose. They thought he would in 2016v and
got slapped. They have had 4 years to hone up their cheats. Just
watch, I predict writhen 6 months of election Biden is gone.
super70s
2020-08-04 15:21:34 UTC
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And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.

I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Jack Shit
2020-08-04 15:40:59 UTC
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On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
super70s
2020-08-06 05:20:51 UTC
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Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Yeah laughing at all the COVID victims he mismanaged into an early grave.

I thought this guy claimed to be the executive to end all executives.
And even if that was a load of horseshit, I thought he promised to
surround himself with "the best people."

Before you reflexively stick up for him remember: "Ask not for whom the
bell tolls..."
Miloch
2020-08-06 06:20:12 UTC
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In article <super70s-***@reader02.eternal-september.org>,
super70s says...
Post by super70s
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Yeah laughing at all the COVID victims he mismanaged into an early grave.
I thought this guy claimed to be the executive to end all executives.
And even if that was a load of horseshit, I thought he promised to
surround himself with "the best people."
Before you reflexively stick up for him remember: "Ask not for whom the
bell tolls..."
The most interesting thing I've heard so far re Trump bank loans from Deutsche
Bank was that when he applied for a loan in 2005, he valued his holdings at $6B
while the bank valued it at $650M...

Trump Has a Half Billion in Loans Coming Due. They May Be His Biggest Conflict
of Interest Yet

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2020/06/donald-trump-loans-deutsche-bank/

Win or lose in November, one thing won’t change for Donald Trump: Over the next
few years, his company must settle a series of whopping debts. Before the end of
a theoretical second term, his company will have to refinance—or, in a far less
likely scenario, pay off—nearly a half-billion dollars in loans linked to some
of his most prized assets, including Trump Tower. These debts are maturing at a
perilous moment for Trump, whose hotels and resorts have been plagued by
declining revenues. And that was before the coronavirus pandemic pummeled the
hospitality industry in general and the Trump Organization in particular,
forcing the full or partial closure of most of its hotel and resort properties.

On financial disclosure forms, Trump has reported holding 14 loans on 12
proper­ties. At least six of those loans, representing about $479 million in
debt, are due over the next four years. Some are guaranteed by Trump himself,
meaning a creditor could come after his personal—not corporate—­assets if he
defaults. If he holds onto the White House, the refinancing of these debts could
take his conflicts of interest to absurd new heights. How will the public know
if these deals are on the up and up or whether Trump is receiving sweetheart
terms from a bank that wants an in with the president? And what might a lender
desire in return for helping Trump out of a financial jam?

Trump’s biggest creditor is Deutsche Bank, which in the late 1990s took a gamble
on the real estate developer whose history of corporate bankruptcies made him
untouchable by most other lenders. Although Trump and the Frankfurt-based bank
pulled off several profitable deals, eventually Deutsche’s commercial lending
division learned the hard way one reason why other banks considered him persona
non grata: If pushed by his creditors on payments, Trump shoves back. In 2008,
after he defaulted on a loan for his Chicago hotel and condo development, he
filed a multibillion-­dollar suit accusing Deutsche Bank and others of
contributing to the recent financial meltdown, which he blamed for his inability
to repay the loan.

Nevertheless, Deutsche’s private banking division, which caters to wealthy
clientele, continued to lend to Trump, giving him $125 million, spread over two
loans, to finance the purchase and renovation of his Doral golf resort in 2012.
Both are floating rate loans, meaning the interest rate fluctuates based on
market conditions, which lending experts say usually indicates they are
interest-only loans. If so, Trump probably hasn’t paid down much if any of the
principal and will owe something close to the whole $125 million when the loans
come due in 2023.

In 2014, Trump took out a separate floating loan from Deutsche’s private bank to
bankroll the development of his luxury hotel in Washington, DC. The balance of
this $170 million debt is payable in 2024. That year, Trump will also owe
Deutsche between $25 million and $50 million in connection with his Chicago
hotel and complex.

Trump has received additional loans from a company named Ladder Capital, a
financial firm that specializes in bundling commercial debt into mortgage-backed
securities. Companies like Ladder are often lenders of last resort for people
and companies that, for one reason or another, have difficulty obtaining money
from traditional banks (ahem, Trump). Such firms are willing to take risky bets
because they securitize the debt and pass the responsibility for it on to
investors. Trump has two Ladder loans due over the next several years: a $100
million interest-only mortgage on Trump Tower and a roughly $13 million loan
against Trump Plaza. The Trump Tower loan is up in September 2022.

Trump’s large, interest-only loans are not unusual for big real estate
developers, who, unlike your typical homeowner, are not seeking to pay off the
mortgage on their properties. It is common for developers to take out new
interest-only loans as the old ones come due, in some cases using a property’s
rising value to extract more cash. Trump, for example, has long had a mortgage
on Trump Tower, never paying it off and periodically increasing the loan’s size
when he refinances.

But under present circumstances—with Trump a lightning rod for controversy, the
economy faltering, and his company not faring well—it may not be easy for Trump
to convince either Deutsche or Ladder to refinance.

Suffering from its own shaky finances and a series of scandals—involving
interest-rate rigging, money laundering, and other unsavory practices—Deutsche
has experienced a rocky few years. Its ties to Trump have compounded its woes,
making it a magnet for subpoenas from congressional committees, as well as a New
York City grand jury, seeking Trump’s financial records.

Even before Trump was elected, Deutsche executives soured on the relationship,
turning down Trump’s request for a $10 million-plus loan in early 2016, the New
York Times reported. They worried, among other things, how it would look if
Trump defaulted and the bank had to pursue the assets of the US president. His
most recent financial disclosure no longer lists brokerage and savings accounts
at Deutsche’s private bank, suggesting he’s no longer a client.

Nancy Wallace, a real estate finance professor at University of California,
Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, says the scrutiny that Deutsche Bank has
faced may scare off other banks. “I think any bank I can think of in the United
States would have exactly the same response: He is toxic. Exposing yourself to
that kind of oversight under the current regulatory reality, for lenders who are
large enough to provide capital to him, is just a nonstarter.”

Mike Offit, a former Deutsche Bank executive who was one of Trump’s bankers in
the 1990s, predicts that if Trump remains in office, Deutsche will give him
short-term extensions until he’s out of office. But it won’t do so happily.

“They just have to do the easy thing, which is extend it,” Offit says. “It’s
even more trouble if they try to foreclose on the president. Good luck with
that. That’s the way they’re going to put themselves back in the news every
day.” (Deutsche Bank declined to comment on whether it would extend or refinance
Trump’s loans.)

Commercial lending experts say a firm like Ladder Capital, which relies on a
more cold-blooded financial calculus, might be more amenable to lending to Trump
again. But with his business taking a sharp hit to its revenues for possibly
years to come due to the pandemic, Trump might not like the terms, which could
be less favorable than those of his original loans. (Ladder did not respond to
questions from Mother Jones. Neither did the Trump Organization, the company’s
outside ethics adviser, or the White House.)

Kevin Riordan, a longtime real estate finance executive and director of Rutgers
University’s Center for Real Estate, says that Ladder prospered in its previous
dealings with Trump—but he notes that the economics have changed. Ladder and its
competitors in the commercial mortgage-backed securities (cmbs) industry can
only lend if there’s a market for real estate bonds, which could dry up during a
financial crisis. “This is a whole different ballgame today,” he says. He adds
that in recent years the cmbs industry largely ceased financing golf
courses—because they are seasonal businesses, they are not considered a safe
bet.

“The world has changed a lot since 2012, and I think the Trump Organization is
ill-suited for this new world,” Wallace says. “That’s not to say there’s not
some private equity firm out there that would be very tempted if he was willing
to pay a very high coupon.”

Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations—buying
proper­ties and debt that most Wall Street firms won’t touch. It’s not that
they’re unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower—perhaps even a president.

“There are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,” Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
“They would lend to Ted Bundy. They don’t care.”

In any scenario, Trump’s soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. “It’s highly disconcerting,” says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. “I’m sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.”




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Jack Shit
2020-08-06 12:23:51 UTC
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Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Yeah laughing at all the COVID victims he mismanaged into an early grave.
I thought this guy claimed to be the executive to end all executives.
And even if that was a load of horseshit, I thought he promised to
surround himself with "the best people."
Before you reflexively stick up for him remember: "Ask not for whom the
bell tolls..."
The most interesting thing I've heard so far re Trump bank loans from Deutsche
Bank was that when he applied for a loan in 2005, he valued his holdings at $6B
while the bank valued it at $650M...
Trump Has a Half Billion in Loans Coming Due. They May Be His Biggest Conflict
of Interest Yet
https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2020/06/donald-trump-loans-deutsche-bank/
Win or lose in November, one thing won? change for Donald Trump: Over the next
few years, his company must settle a series of whopping debts. Before the end of
a theoretical second term, his company will have to refinance?r, in a far less
likely scenario, pay off?early a half-billion dollars in loans linked to some
of his most prized assets, including Trump Tower. These debts are maturing at a
perilous moment for Trump, whose hotels and resorts have been plagued by
declining revenues. And that was before the coronavirus pandemic pummeled the
hospitality industry in general and the Trump Organization in particular,
forcing the full or partial closure of most of its hotel and resort properties.
On financial disclosure forms, Trump has reported holding 14 loans on 12
proper?ies. At least six of those loans, representing about $479 million in
debt, are due over the next four years. Some are guaranteed by Trump himself,
meaning a creditor could come after his personal?ot corporate?assets if he
defaults. If he holds onto the White House, the refinancing of these debts could
take his conflicts of interest to absurd new heights. How will the public know
if these deals are on the up and up or whether Trump is receiving sweetheart
terms from a bank that wants an in with the president? And what might a lender
desire in return for helping Trump out of a financial jam?
Trump? biggest creditor is Deutsche Bank, which in the late 1990s took a gamble
on the real estate developer whose history of corporate bankruptcies made him
untouchable by most other lenders. Although Trump and the Frankfurt-based bank
pulled off several profitable deals, eventually Deutsche? commercial lending
division learned the hard way one reason why other banks considered him persona
non grata: If pushed by his creditors on payments, Trump shoves back. In 2008,
after he defaulted on a loan for his Chicago hotel and condo development, he
filed a multibillion-?ollar suit accusing Deutsche Bank and others of
contributing to the recent financial meltdown, which he blamed for his inability
to repay the loan.
Nevertheless, Deutsche? private banking division, which caters to wealthy
clientele, continued to lend to Trump, giving him $125 million, spread over two
loans, to finance the purchase and renovation of his Doral golf resort in 2012.
Both are floating rate loans, meaning the interest rate fluctuates based on
market conditions, which lending experts say usually indicates they are
interest-only loans. If so, Trump probably hasn? paid down much if any of the
principal and will owe something close to the whole $125 million when the loans
come due in 2023.
In 2014, Trump took out a separate floating loan from Deutsche? private bank to
bankroll the development of his luxury hotel in Washington, DC. The balance of
this $170 million debt is payable in 2024. That year, Trump will also owe
Deutsche between $25 million and $50 million in connection with his Chicago
hotel and complex.
Trump has received additional loans from a company named Ladder Capital, a
financial firm that specializes in bundling commercial debt into mortgage-backed
securities. Companies like Ladder are often lenders of last resort for people
and companies that, for one reason or another, have difficulty obtaining money
from traditional banks (ahem, Trump). Such firms are willing to take risky bets
because they securitize the debt and pass the responsibility for it on to
investors. Trump has two Ladder loans due over the next several years: a $100
million interest-only mortgage on Trump Tower and a roughly $13 million loan
against Trump Plaza. The Trump Tower loan is up in September 2022.
Trump? large, interest-only loans are not unusual for big real estate
developers, who, unlike your typical homeowner, are not seeking to pay off the
mortgage on their properties. It is common for developers to take out new
interest-only loans as the old ones come due, in some cases using a property?
rising value to extract more cash. Trump, for example, has long had a mortgage
on Trump Tower, never paying it off and periodically increasing the loan? size
when he refinances.
But under present circumstances?ith Trump a lightning rod for controversy, the
economy faltering, and his company not faring well?t may not be easy for Trump
to convince either Deutsche or Ladder to refinance.
Suffering from its own shaky finances and a series of scandals?nvolving
interest-rate rigging, money laundering, and other unsavory practices?eutsche
has experienced a rocky few years. Its ties to Trump have compounded its woes,
making it a magnet for subpoenas from congressional committees, as well as a New
York City grand jury, seeking Trump? financial records.
Even before Trump was elected, Deutsche executives soured on the relationship,
turning down Trump? request for a $10 million-plus loan in early 2016, the New
York Times reported. They worried, among other things, how it would look if
Trump defaulted and the bank had to pursue the assets of the US president. His
most recent financial disclosure no longer lists brokerage and savings accounts
at Deutsche? private bank, suggesting he? no longer a client.
Nancy Wallace, a real estate finance professor at University of California,
Berkeley? Haas School of Business, says the scrutiny that Deutsche Bank has
faced may scare off other banks. ? think any bank I can think of in the United
States would have exactly the same response: He is toxic. Exposing yourself to
that kind of oversight under the current regulatory reality, for lenders who are
large enough to provide capital to him, is just a nonstarter.?
Mike Offit, a former Deutsche Bank executive who was one of Trump? bankers in
the 1990s, predicts that if Trump remains in office, Deutsche will give him
short-term extensions until he? out of office. But it won? do so happily.
?hey just have to do the easy thing, which is extend it,?Offit says. ?t?
even more trouble if they try to foreclose on the president. Good luck with
that. That? the way they?e going to put themselves back in the news every
day.?(Deutsche Bank declined to comment on whether it would extend or refinance
Trump? loans.)
Commercial lending experts say a firm like Ladder Capital, which relies on a
more cold-blooded financial calculus, might be more amenable to lending to Trump
again. But with his business taking a sharp hit to its revenues for possibly
years to come due to the pandemic, Trump might not like the terms, which could
be less favorable than those of his original loans. (Ladder did not respond to
questions from Mother Jones. Neither did the Trump Organization, the company?
outside ethics adviser, or the White House.)
Kevin Riordan, a longtime real estate finance executive and director of Rutgers
University? Center for Real Estate, says that Ladder prospered in its previous
dealings with Trump?ut he notes that the economics have changed. Ladder and its
competitors in the commercial mortgage-backed securities (cmbs) industry can
only lend if there? a market for real estate bonds, which could dry up during a
financial crisis. ?his is a whole different ballgame today,?he says. He adds
that in recent years the cmbs industry largely ceased financing golf
courses?ecause they are seasonal businesses, they are not considered a safe
bet.
?he world has changed a lot since 2012, and I think the Trump Organization is
ill-suited for this new world,?Wallace says. ?hat? not to say there? not
some private equity firm out there that would be very tempted if he was willing
to pay a very high coupon.?
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
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Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
Miloch
2020-08-06 14:41:08 UTC
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super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
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Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.

If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.

You're definitely Owned!


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Jack Shit
2020-08-06 14:57:27 UTC
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Post by Jack Shit
Post by Miloch
super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Miloch
2020-08-06 15:53:00 UTC
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Post by Jack Shit
Post by Miloch
super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"


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2020-08-06 16:15:50 UTC
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Post by Jack Shit
Post by Miloch
super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
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so dependent he can't even prove himself right
Miloch
2020-08-06 16:42:47 UTC
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Post by Miloch
super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
*
so dependent he can't even prove himself right
Oh look...CanadaBoy has taken a few moments off from scratching his flea bites
to offer up an opinion...



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2020-08-06 16:51:10 UTC
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super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
*
so dependent he can't even prove himself right
Oh look...CanadaBoy has taken a few moments off from scratching his flea bites
to offer up an opinion...
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no fleas this far north chigger ass
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2020-08-06 18:20:14 UTC
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super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
*
so dependent he can't even prove himself right
Oh look...CanadaBoy has taken a few moments off from scratching his flea bites
to offer up an opinion...
*
no fleas this far north chigger ass
https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/fleas.html



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super70s says...
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On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
*
so dependent he can't even prove himself right
Oh look...CanadaBoy has taken a few moments off from scratching his flea bites
to offer up an opinion...
*
no fleas this far north chigger ass
https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/fleas.html
*
no fleas this far north chigger ass

no cockroaches either

Fleas can’t survive in freezing cold weather. It doesn’t need to be
quite freezing, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit, for fleas to freeze and die.
Once the temperatures fall to 37 degrees, it’s cold enough to kill
mature fleas as well as eggs, larvae and pupae.

https://www.bing.com/search?q=do+fleas+like+cold&qs=n&form=QBRE&sp=-1&pq=do+fleas+like+cold&sc=2-18&sk=&cvid=3B472A17C2D9403BBC3338EF4817417B
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2020-08-06 19:24:58 UTC
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super70s says...
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On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
*
so dependent he can't even prove himself right
Oh look...CanadaBoy has taken a few moments off from scratching his flea bites
to offer up an opinion...
*
no fleas this far north chigger ass
https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/fleas.html
*
no fleas this far north chigger ass
no cockroaches either
Fleas can’t survive in freezing cold weather. It doesn’t need to be
quite freezing, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit, for fleas to freeze and die.
Once the temperatures fall to 37 degrees, it’s cold enough to kill
mature fleas as well as eggs, larvae and pupae.
https://www.bing.com/search?q=do+fleas+like+cold&qs=n&form=QBRE&sp=-1&pq=do+fleas+like+cold&sc=2-18&sk=&cvid=3B472A17C2D9403BBC3338EF4817417B
I'll just go with Canada Health...you just keep a scratchin' and complain about
the strange rash ya got...


'k..."cupcake"?



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super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
*
so dependent he can't even prove himself right
Oh look...CanadaBoy has taken a few moments off from scratching his flea bites
to offer up an opinion...
*
no fleas this far north chigger ass
https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/fleas.html
*
no fleas this far north chigger ass
no cockroaches either
Fleas can’t survive in freezing cold weather. It doesn’t need to be
quite freezing, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit, for fleas to freeze and die.
Once the temperatures fall to 37 degrees, it’s cold enough to kill
mature fleas as well as eggs, larvae and pupae.
https://www.bing.com/search?q=do+fleas+like+cold&qs=n&form=QBRE&sp=-1&pq=do+fleas+like+cold&sc=2-18&sk=&cvid=3B472A17C2D9403BBC3338EF4817417B
I'll just go with Canada Health...you just keep a scratchin' and complain about
the strange rash ya got...
'k..."cupcake"?
*
there's no fleas here but it's your right to be wrong ,
canada health didn't cover anything about fleas and climate ,
so you just keep wondering why it feels like something is digging in
your ass , moonlight
Miloch
2020-08-06 22:08:01 UTC
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I'll just go with Canada Health...you just keep a scratchin' and complain about
the strange rash ya got...
'k..."cupcake"?
*
there's no fleas here but it's your right to be wrong ,
canada health didn't cover anything about fleas and climate ,
so you just keep wondering why it feels like something is digging in
your ass , moonlight
I hope you've been getting Shit-Ski's permission to post, FleaBite Boy...we
can't have you pulling a Sarah Palin and goin' rogue without an experienced
USENETer to proof read your missives.



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I'll just go with Canada Health...you just keep a scratchin' and complain about
the strange rash ya got...
'k..."cupcake"?
*
there's no fleas here but it's your right to be wrong ,
canada health didn't cover anything about fleas and climate ,
so you just keep wondering why it feels like something is digging in
your ass , moonlight
I hope you've been getting Shit-Ski's permission to post, FleaBite Boy...we
can't have you pulling a Sarah Palin and goin' rogue without an experienced
USENETer to proof read your missives.
*
i can't understand what this says you mention 3 people that i don't know
Miloch
2020-08-07 15:09:34 UTC
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I'll just go with Canada Health...you just keep a scratchin' and complain about
the strange rash ya got...
'k..."cupcake"?
*
there's no fleas here but it's your right to be wrong ,
canada health didn't cover anything about fleas and climate ,
so you just keep wondering why it feels like something is digging in
your ass , moonlight
I hope you've been getting Shit-Ski's permission to post, FleaBite Boy...we
can't have you pulling a Sarah Palin and goin' rogue without an experienced
USENETer to proof read your missives.
*
i can't understand what this says you mention 3 people that i don't know
Ask your care-taker...


*

Jack Shit
2020-08-06 18:40:57 UTC
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super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
Still owned by Trump, you poor soul.
Miloch
2020-08-06 19:18:11 UTC
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super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
Still owned by Trump, you poor soul.
Is there any way you cud tattoo that on your forehead or back...just to let
everyone know your position...you know....whether yur comin' or goin'...couldn't
hurt...think about it!

...and find a way to include the word "cupcake".


*
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2020-08-06 21:17:10 UTC
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super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
Actually I just like watching you snowflakes cry.
Post by Miloch
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
Thanks for proving me right.
Embarrassing/slavish/blind devotion to soon to be indicted ex-president
noted...and ahhh...."Thanks for proving me right"
Still owned by Trump, you poor soul.
Is there any way you cud tattoo that on your forehead or back...just to let
everyone know your position...you know....whether yur comin' or goin'...couldn't
hurt...think about it!
...and find a way to include the word "cupcake".
*
I slapped you into incoherent babble this early in the day.
m***@gmail.com
2020-08-07 04:23:38 UTC
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super70s says...
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On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
You're definitely Owned!
A looooong red tie. Trump isn't half obvious, is he?
Siri Cruise
2020-08-07 05:08:07 UTC
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Post by Miloch
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Post by Miloch
In article
super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad
situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
You're definitely Owned!
A looooong red tie. Trump isn't half obvious, is he?
Is this a tonsil joke?
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super70s says...
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Private equity firms specialize in taking advantage of bad situations?uying
proper?ies and debt that most Wall Street firms won? touch. It? not that
they?e unaware of the risks; the terms of the deals they strike are often
designed to ensure they get their money back, one way or another. And they will
not hesitate to come after a delinquent borrower?erhaps even a president.
?here are so many opportunistic lenders out there. All of them would do this
stuff,?Offit says, noting that hedge funds might also do business with Trump.
?hey would lend to Ted Bundy. They don? care.?
In any scenario, Trump? soon-to-be-due loans are an unprecedented ethical
minefield, rife with potential conflicts of interest and the possibility of
corruption. ?t? highly disconcerting,?says Virginia Canter, chief ethics
counsel at the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in
Washington and a former ethics lawyer at the Treasury Department and Securities
and Exchange Commission. ?? sure in some ways the best thing that could happen
is that he not win reelection.?
*
*
Do you even sleep? You are so owned by Trump.
If anyone is 'owned'...it is, without a doubt, YOU. Each and every day you
scurry along, sweeping up his WH turds, doing his dirty work in the
group...defending his "honor" and "integrity". Your slavish adoration is
amusing...borderline scary.
If you wore a Trump uniform, it'd be a Brooks Bros suit with a red tie topped
off with a MAGA hat.
You're definitely Owned!
A looooong red tie. Trump isn't half obvious, is he?
Is this a tonsil joke?
Mmmm...for Shit_Ski...it's a 'cupcake'



*
Jack Shit
2020-08-06 12:22:34 UTC
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Post by super70s
Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Yeah laughing at all the COVID victims he mismanaged into an early grave.
Not true. You morons act like you need a president to tell you what to
do.
Post by super70s
I thought this guy claimed to be the executive to end all executives.
And even if that was a load of horseshit, I thought he promised to
surround himself with "the best people."
Before you reflexively stick up for him remember: "Ask not for whom the
bell tolls..."
You just go hate and I will laugh.
MAGA Kiitty
2020-08-06 18:56:36 UTC
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Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Yeah laughing at all the COVID victims he mismanaged into an early grave.
You probably think he's responsible for everyone that gets cancer or has a heart
attack too.
Jack Shit
2020-08-06 19:08:29 UTC
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Post by Jack Shit
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Yeah laughing at all the COVID victims he mismanaged into an early grave.
You probably think he's responsible for everyone that gets cancer or has a heart
attack too.
Of course, impeachment was a failure, collusion was a
failure,Kavanaugh was a failure. So the thing now is just blame him
for everything.

You see they need someone to tell them what to do. Unlike us we figure
it out. They sit by the TV blasting CNN and MSNBC waiting for them to
tell them what to do next.
MAGA Kiitty
2020-08-06 21:50:26 UTC
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On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Yeah laughing at all the COVID victims he mismanaged into an early grave.
You probably think he's responsible for everyone that gets cancer or has a heart
attack too.
Of course, impeachment was a failure, collusion was a
failure,Kavanaugh was a failure. So the thing now is just blame him
for everything.
You see they need someone to tell them what to do. Unlike us we figure
it out. They sit by the TV blasting CNN and MSNBC waiting for them to
tell them what to do next.
They need a mommy. Especially this super70s guy and miloch. You can just tell
what wimps they are.
Miloch
2020-08-06 06:06:51 UTC
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On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Just remember, Shit-Ski...ya only have until Jan 20 to jam your tongue up
Trump's ass for that unique Presidential experience! After that, you'll need
the SDNY District Atty's permission.




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Jack Shit
2020-08-06 12:23:04 UTC
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On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
Or he will just retire in one of his many places and laugh at you all.
Just remember, Shit-Ski...ya only have until Jan 20 to jam your tongue up
Trump's ass for that unique Presidential experience! After that, you'll need
the SDNY District Atty's permission.
You're projecting again.
Don Martin
2020-08-04 17:41:56 UTC
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On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 10:21:34 -0500, super70s
Post by super70s
And pretty soon ding dong the witch will be dead.
I don't know if exile in France would be an option in his high profile
case but maybe a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific
might work.
I understand that some nice ocean front property is going cheap on
Bikini Atoll.
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aa #2278 Never mind "proof." Where is your evidence?
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Fidei defensor (Hon. Antipodean)
Je pense, donc je suis Charlie.
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