All Things Trump Conflicts of Interest Thread

stocker08

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Exactly. Even though the Hunter Biden story is a crock of $hit being pushed by deplorables with no proof.....EVEN IF it were actually true.....it still pales in comparison to the massive fraud and corruption of the Trump gang. The righties still think that since he's an outsider....Trump can commit these crimes and it's no big deal.
 

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Exactly. Even though the Hunter Biden story is a crock of $hit being pushed by deplorables with no proof.....EVEN IF it were actually true.....it still pales in comparison to the massive fraud and corruption of the Trump gang. The righties still think that since he's an outsider....Trump can commit these crimes and it's no big deal.
Trump has taught us that if you do your corruption right out in the open, it's OK and no one cares.
 

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Trump has taught us that if you do your corruption right out in the open, it's OK and no one cares.
And do it on a massive and varied scale, so the sheer volume drowns out any single story.
 

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The Guilty Please Just Keep Comin' -

Defendant pleads guilty in Rudy Giuliani associates' case



NEW YORK (AP) — Prosecutors secured a guilty plea Thursday from a Florida businessman who hired one of President Donald Trump’s lawyers, Rudy Giuliani, to lend credibility to a supposedly fraud-busting company authorities say was a fraud itself.

The plea by David Correia, 45, a former golf professional, came to charges of making false statements to the Federal Election Commission and wire fraud conspiracy. It occurred in a remote appearance before U.S. District Judge J. Paul Oetken in Manhattan. Sentencing was set for Feb. 8.

The wire fraud plea pertained to a business named Fraud Guarantee, a Florida-based entity formed eight years ago to protect investors against fraud. As part of the plea, Correia agreed that federal sentencing guidelines call for a sentence of about three years in prison, though his lawyer can argue for less. He also agreed that he owes $2.3 million in restitution and must forfeit $43,650.
 
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