|From||mark lewis||1:3634/12.73||Date Write||2018-06-28 12:06:13|
|To||Gregory Deyss||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-06-28 22:00:20|
On 2018 Jun 26 21:06:34, you wrote to Kurt Weiske:
GD>>> Is Trump profiting from this? No.
KW>> Incorrect - the secret service are staying at Trump-owned properties
KW>> and paying rent. This has been documented. AFAIK, none of the
KW>> previous presidents owned the real estate that the SS used to provide
GD> The President is not profiting from the secret service staying at Trump
you are flat out wrong on this... check your own statements! let's keep reading
GD> the American Tax Payer is paying this bill
GD> (just as they have for every other POTUS)
GD> for services rendered,
GD> the money coming in is just like any other business,
GD> it is used to pay the staff who work there.
true and they only get a small portion of it...
GD> So what Trump owns the place.
guess who gets the rest of the money? the owner! that's called PROFIT! you just
proved your first statement false! have a day!
GD> (so much for Trump not having any money, Mark.)
but does he really?
GD> If this were a REAL issue the democrats in Washington would be up at
GD> arms about this and cryin chuck and Nancy lovin MS-13 would be
GD> screaming holy hell about this. Guess what it's not on the radar,
again you are wrong...
Mar 28, 2018 - A federal judge ruled that the District of Columbia and
Maryland may proceed with a lawsuit against President Trump alleging that
Trump's business dealings have violated the Constitution's ban on receiving
improper "emoluments," or payments, from individual states and foreign
May 1, 2018 - President Donald Trump has asked a federal court to dismiss a
lawsuit accusing him of violating the Constitution's Emoluments Clause related
to private payments from other governments.
*NOTE: if the case(s) didn't exist, why would trump ask to have them
Jun 14, 2017 - Democratic lawmakers are suing President Donald Trump over
foreign money flowing into his global business empire.
Almost 200 senators and representatives are plaintiffs in a lawsuit alleging
Trump is violating the so-called emoluments clause of the Constitution. It's
being filed early Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the District of
Columbia, the lawmakers said.
The plaintiffs argue they have standing to sue because the clause says only
Congress may approve foreign gifts and payments.
"The framers gave Congress a unique role, a unique right and responsibility,"
said Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a Connecticut Democrat who helped organize the
Although Trump turned over control of his real estate development, management
and marketing company to his adult sons and a senior executive, he did not
divest from it. That means he stands to benefit financially from the Trump
Organization's profits, including from foreign governments.
GD> could it be this entire thing is just in someones head as they are
GD> trying to gain favor by their liberal friends as they try to spin the
GD> crap that is totally made up to make others believe it? (Wouldn't be
GD> the first time this has happened) Nor do I hear not even a peep from
GD> their goto media sources, such as PMSNBC or FAKE NEWS CNN. Is this
GD> pure made up bunk just like majority on the anti-trump bangwagon wants
GD> to join and jump on into?
your problems are that you are 1) not listening, 2) wearing blinders, 3)
maintaining limited visibility of the outside world... you can't see or hear
what is being said or being done with your fingers in your ears and your head
buried in the sand...
Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it
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