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Jack Leitner outside the Beach Haven Apartments in Brooklyn. A tax scheme created by the Trumps, who owned the building, artificially inflated rent paid by him and thousands of other tenants. They were collateral damage as Donald J. Trump and his siblings dodged inheritance taxes and gained control of their father’s fortune: thousands of renters in an empire of unassuming red-brick buildings scattered across Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. Those buildings have been home to generations of strivers, municipal workers and newly arrived immigrants. When their regulated rents started rising more quickly in the 1990s, many tenants had no idea why. Some heard that the Trump family had spent millions on building improvements, but they remained suspicious. In October, a New York Times investigation into the origins of Mr. Trump’s wealth revealed, among its findings, that the future president and his siblings set up a phony business to pad the cost of nearly everything their father, the legendary builder Fred C. Trump, purchased for his buildings. The Trump children split that extra money.

Recent revelations in memoranda filed by the government against Michael Flynn, Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort describe even more widespread and troubling contacts with the Russians. However, since the inception of the Mueller investigation, President Donald Trump, his lawyers, legal pundits on both sides of the aisle, and everyone in between has either claimed or conceded that "collusion" is not a crime. President Trump has tweeted, "Collusion is not a crime. ..." Rudy Giuliani told Fox News, "I have been sitting here looking in the federal code trying to find collusion as a crime. ... Collusion is not a crime." Jay Sekulow told The New Yorker, "For something to be a crime, there has to be a statute that you claim is being violated. ... There is not a statute that refers to criminal collusion. There is no crime of collusion." Having worked as a federal prosecutor for 13 years in the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations, I can report that the President and his lawyers are wrong. Collusion is a crime. The federal criminal code says so. The federal bribery statute -- 18 U.S.C. § 201(b)(2)(B) -- makes it a federal crime for a public official to "collude" in a fraud on the United States. More specifically, the federal bribery statute expressly states that a crime is committed when a public official "directly or indirectly, corruptly demands, seeks, receives, accepts, or agrees to receive or accept anything of value ... in return for ... being influenced to ... collude in ... any fraud ... on the United States." - Trump and the Republicans trying to protect Trump tell us that collusion is not a crime, the federal bribery statute -- 18 U.S.C. § 201(b)(2)(B) -- makes it a federal crime for a public official to "collude" in a fraud on the United States.

The "Statement of Admitted Facts" says that AMI admitted making a $150,000 payment "in concert with the campaign". Donald Trump was the third person in the room in August 2015 when his lawyer Michael Cohen and National Enquirer publisher David Pecker discussed ways Pecker could help counter negative stories about Trump's relationships with women, NBC News has confirmed. As part of a non-prosecution agreement disclosed Wednesday by federal prosecutors, American Media Inc., the Enquirer's parent company, admitted that "Pecker offered to help deal with negative stories about that presidential candidate's relationships with women by, among other things, assisting the campaign in identifying such stories so they could be purchased and their publication avoided." The "Statement of Admitted Facts" says that AMI admitted making a $150,000 payment "in concert with the campaign," and says that Pecker, Cohen, and "at least one other member of the campaign" were in the meeting. According to a person familiar with the matter, the "other member" was Trump.

The Russian ambassador. A deputy prime minister. A pop star, a weightlifter, a lawyer, a Soviet army veteran with alleged intelligence ties. Again and again and again, over the course of Donald Trump’s 18-month campaign for the presidency, Russian citizens made contact with his closest family and friends, as well as figures on the periphery of his orbit. Some offered to help his campaign and his real estate business. Some offered dirt on his Democratic opponent. Repeatedly, Russian nationals suggested Trump should hold a peacemaking sit-down with Vladi­mir Putin — and offered to broker such a summit. In all, Russians interacted with at least 14 Trump associates during the campaign and presidential transition, public records and interviews show. “It is extremely unusual,” said Michael McFaul, who served as ambassador to Russia under President Barack Obama. “Both the number of contacts and the nature of the contacts are extraordinary.”

Federal prosecutors said on Friday that President Trump directed illegal payments to ward off a potential sex scandal that threatened his chances of winning the White House in 2016, putting the weight of the Justice Department behind accusations previously made by his former lawyer. The lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, had said that as the election neared, Mr. Trump directed him to pay two women who claimed they had affairs with Mr. Trump. But in a new memorandum arguing for a prison term for Mr. Cohen, prosecutors in Manhattan said he “acted in coordination and at the direction of” an unnamed individual, clearly referring to Mr. Trump. In another filing, prosecutors for the special counsel revealed that as early as November 2015, a Russian citizen offered Mr. Cohen “government level” synergy between Russia and Mr. Trump’s campaign. That approach, which Mr. Cohen did not pursue, came months before other known approaches by Russian emissaries to the campaign.

Former Nixon White House counsel John Dean reacts to President Donald Trump's history of criticizing those who invoke their Fifth Amendment right.

Cabinet documents reveal police warned NSW government about approving a 1986-87 plan to build city’s first casino in Darling Harbour. A bid by Donald Trump to build Sydney’s first casino was rejected 30 years ago after police expressed concerns about his links to the mafia. News Corp revealed on Wednesday morning minutes of the New South Wales cabinet that show police had warned the state government against approving a 1986-87 bid by a Trump consortium to build and operate a casino in Darling Harbour. The documents, obtained by News Corp, show the Kern/Trump group was one of three deemed “dangerous” by the police board. “Briefly stated, the Police Board considers that HKMS, Federal/Resorts/Sabemo, Kern/Trump, are unacceptable,” the summary of the police report said. “Atlantic City would be a dubious model for Sydney and in our judgment, the Trump mafia connections should exclude the Kern/Trump consortium,” a summary of the police board’s report said. The cabinet papers also show there were doubts about the viability of the Kern/Trump bid. A report prepared by the independent contractor, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, found the Kern/Trump bid was one of two that were “not financially viable”.

In the 1980s, the budding real estate mogul had a soft spot for wise guys. Donald Trump's views on criminal justice remain one of those  mysteries he will presumably carry with him if elected into the Oval  Office, where he'll sort it all out with the help of the nation's best  minds. We do know that he's a "huge fan" of the police, and that he'd  like to see them get more power. But he hasn't suggested what kind of  power, or how he'd do that. More jobs would solve the problem of mass  incarceration, he told the Washington Post  editorial board last month. And he's been crystal clear on the death  penalty, which he would make harsher by eliminating lethal injections,  since they're "too comfortable." But  one helpful lens for determining Trump's views on crime and law  enforcement is via his past encounters with those alleged to be on the  wrong side of the law. That's his history with the mob. And for all of  his tough law-and-order rhetoric, the record shows the GOP frontrunner  has been remarkably tolerant. In the course of his 40 years of business  deals, Trump has encountered a steady stream of mob-tainted offers that  he apparently couldn't refuse.

Journalist Craig Unger talks Russia, Trump, and “one of the greatest intelligence operations in history.” On November 9, 2016, just a few minutes after Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, a man named Vyacheslav Nikonov approached a microphone in the Russian State Duma (their equivalent of the US House of Representatives) and made a very unusual statement. “Dear friends, respected colleagues!” Nikonov said. “Three minutes ago, Hillary Clinton admitted her defeat in US presidential elections, and a second ago Trump started his speech as an elected president of the United States of America, and I congratulate you on this.” Nikonov is a leader in the pro-Putin United Russia Party and, incidentally, the grandson of Vyacheslav Molotov — after whom the “Molotov cocktail” was named. His announcement that day was a clear signal that Trump’s victory was, in fact, a victory for Putin’s Russia. Longtime journalist Craig Unger opens his new book, House of Trump, House of Putin, with this anecdote. The book is an impressive attempt to gather up all the evidence we have of Trump’s numerous connections to the Russian mafia and government and lay it all out in a clear, comprehensive narrative. The book claims to unpack an “untold story,” but it’s not entirely clear how much of it is new. One of the hardest things to accept about the Trump-Russia saga is how transparent it is. So much of the evidence is hiding in plain sight, and somehow that has made it harder to accept.

Federal prosecutors have gathered evidence of president’s participation in transactions that violated campaign-finance laws.
As a presidential candidate in August 2015, Donald Trump huddled with a longtime friend, media executive David Pecker, in his cluttered 26th floor Trump Tower office and made a request. What can you do to help my campaign? he asked, according to people familiar with the meeting. Mr. Pecker, chief executive of American Media Inc., offered to use his National Enquirer tabloid to buy the silence of women if they tried to publicize alleged sexual encounters with Mr. Trump. Less than a year later, Mr. Trump asked Mr. Pecker to quash the story of a former Playboy model who said they’d had an affair. Mr. Pecker’s company soon paid $150,000 to the model, Karen McDougal, to keep her from speaking publicly about it. Mr. Trump later thanked Mr. Pecker for the assistance. The Trump Tower meeting and its aftermath are among several previously unreported instances in which Mr. Trump intervened directly to suppress stories about his alleged sexual encounters with women, according to interviews with three dozen people who have direct knowledge of the events or who have been briefed on them, as well as court papers, corporate records and other documents.

11 Takeaways From The Times’s Investigation Into Trump’s Wealth - Donald J. Trump built a business empire and won the presidency proclaiming himself a self-made billionaire, and he has long insisted that his father, the legendary New York City builder Fred C. Trump, provided almost no financial help. “I built what I built myself,” the president has repeatedly said. But an investigation by The New York Times has revealed that Donald Trump received the equivalent today of at least $413 million from his father’s real estate empire. What’s more, much of this money came to Mr. Trump through dubious tax schemes he participated in during the 1990s, including instances of outright fraud, The Times found. In all, the president’s parents transferred well over $1 billion in wealth to their children, which could have produced a tax bill of at least $550 million under the 55 percent tax rate on gifts and inheritances that was in place at the time. Helped by a variety of tax dodges, the Trumps paid $52.2 million, or about 5 percent, tax returns show.

Trump Engaged In ‘Outright Fraud’ To Help Family Save Hundreds Of Millions In Taxes: NYT - The Times alleges that Trump set up a fake corporation to disguise millions of dollars in gifts from their parents. U.S. President Donald Trump engaged in tax schemes that included cases of outright fraud in which he and his siblings helped their parents dodge taxes, the New York Times reported on Tuesday. The Times investigation, which a Trump lawyer said was inaccurate, showed Trump received the equivalent today of at least $413 million from his father’s real estate business, citing a “vast trove” of confidential tax return and financial records. The Times reported that much of that fortune came to Trump because he helped his parents evade taxes, setting up a fake corporation with his siblings to disguise millions of dollars in gifts from their parents. During his presidential campaign, Trump promoted himself as a self-made real estate mogul who started out with only a “very small” loan from his businessman father, Fred Trump.” The Times said its findings were based on more than 200 tax returns from Fred Trump, his companies and various Trump partnerships and trusts. The records did not include Donald Trump’s personal tax returns.

Trump Engaged in Suspect Tax Schemes as He Reaped Riches From His Father - The president has long sold himself as a self-made billionaire, but a Times investigation found that he received at least $413 million in today’s dollars from his father’s real estate empire, much of it through tax dodges in the 1990s. President Trump participated in dubious tax schemes during the 1990s, including instances of outright fraud, that greatly increased the fortune he received from his parents, an investigation by The New York Times has found. Mr. Trump won the presidency proclaiming himself a self-made billionaire, and he has long insisted that his father, the legendary New York City builder Fred C. Trump, provided almost no financial help. But The Times’s investigation, based on a vast trove of confidential tax returns and financial records, reveals that Mr. Trump received the equivalent today of at least $413 million from his father’s real estate empire, starting when he was a toddler and continuing to this day. Much of this money came to Mr. Trump because he helped his parents dodge taxes. He and his siblings set up a sham corporation to disguise millions of dollars in gifts from their parents, records and interviews show. Records indicate that Mr. Trump helped his father take improper tax deductions worth millions more. He also helped formulate a strategy to undervalue his parents’ real estate holdings by hundreds of millions of dollars on tax returns, sharply reducing the tax bill when those properties were transferred to him and his siblings.

Mitt Romney Calls Trump a 'Con Man and a Fraud' - Romney called it when he called a Trump a con man and a fraud but we did not listen.

Trump lied to me about his wealth to get onto the Forbes 400. Here are the tapes. - Posing as ‘John Barron,’ he claimed he owned most of his father’s real estate empire.

Pseudonyms of Donald Trump - President Trump making a phone call in 2017. He used pseudonyms during call-in interviews throughout the 1980s and 1990s. American businessman, politician, and 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, has used several pseudonyms, including "John Barron" (or "John Baron"), "John Miller" and "David Dennison". His practice of sometimes speaking to the media under the guise of a spokesperson has been described as "an open secret" at the Trump Organization and in New York media circles. Some New York editors recalled that "calls from Barron were at points so common that they became a recurring joke on the city desk." A writer for Fortune reported that Trump's father Fred Trump had used the pseudonym Mr. Green in business dealings.

Trump Family History: Donald, Fred, And The Ku Klux Klan - the factual evidence seems strong. Trump’s father Fred was arrested in New York City in 1927, when a group of Klansmen got into a brawl with police officers during a Memorial Day parade in Queens. There is a document trail, and the names, dates, and addresses match up. The New York Times published a story about the riot and the seven men who were arrested; Fred Trump is mentioned by name. His address is given at 175-24 Devonshire Road, Jamaica, New York City, and the federal census of 1930 shows that Fred Trump resided at that address.

Just What Were Donald Trump's Ties to the Mob? - I've spent years investigating, and here's what's known. Trump hired mobbed-up firms to erect Trump Tower and his Trump Plaza apartment building in Manhattan, including buying ostensibly overpriced concrete from a company controlled by mafia chieftains Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno and Paul Castellano. That story eventually came out in a federal investigation, which also concluded that in a construction industry saturated with mob influence, the Trump Plaza apartment building most likely benefited from connections to racketeering. Trump also failed to disclose that he was under investigation by a grand jury directed by the U.S. attorney in Brooklyn, who wanted to learn how Trump obtained an option to buy the Penn Central railroad yards on the West Side of Manhattan.

Will Trump Be Meeting With His Counterpart — Or His Handler? What If Trump Has Been a Russian Asset Since 1987? In 2015, Western European intelligence agencies began picking up evidence of communications between the Russian government and people in Donald Trump’s orbit. In April 2016, one of the Baltic states shared with then–CIA director John Brennan an audio recording of Russians discussing funneling money to the Trump campaign.

A former writer for Forbes charges that President Trump used a fake personality to lie his way onto the magazine's list of richest Americans. Jonathan Greenberg says Trump was obsessed with being on the list and overstated his fortune.

FinCEN Fines Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort $10 Million for Significant and Long Standing Anti-Money Laundering Violations - for willful and repeated violations of the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA). In addition to the civil money penalty, the casino is required to conduct periodic external audits to examine its anti-money laundering (AML) BSA compliance program and provide those audit reports to FinCEN and the casino’s Board of Directors.

 

Money-laundering allegations could hurt Trump more than Russia-gate. Trump and his organization had worked with a wide array of dubious Russians in arrangements that often raised questions about money laundering…those deals don’t seem to interest Congress.

 

Trump's casino was a money laundering concern shortly after it opened The Trump Taj Mahal casino broke anti-money laundering rules 106 times in its first year and a half of operation in the early 1990s, according to the IRS in a 1998 settlement agreement.

 

How Ex-Spy Christopher Steele Compiled His Explosive Trump-Russia Dossier. The man behind the infamous dossier that raises the possibility that Donald Trump may be vulnerable to Kremlin blackmail is Russia expert Christopher Steele, formerly of M.I.6. Here’s the story of his investigation.

 

The Fates Of 5 Men Connected To The Trump-Russia Dossier

 

Ex-MI6 agent Christopher Steele was so troubled by findings on Donald Trump that he worked for free The former British spy who compiled the unverified dossier on Donald Trump got so concerned by what he was learning about the President-elect that he worked without pay for months, according to a report.

 

These Reports Allege Trump Has Deep Ties To Russia. A dossier, compiled by a person who has claimed to be a former British intelligence official, alleges Russia has compromising information on Trump. The allegations are unverified, and the report contains errors.

 

Trump agrees to $25 million settlement in Trump University fraud cases President-elect Donald Trump, who has repeatedly bragged that he never settles lawsuits despite a long history of doing so, has agreed to a $25 million settlement to end the fraud cases pending against his defunct real estate seminar program, Trump University.

 

'Not Wanted': Black Applicants Rejected for Trump Housing Speak Out "Mr. Trump and his son Donald came into the office. I asked what I should do with this application because she's calling constantly and his response to me was, 'You know I don't rent to the N-word. Put it in a drawer and forget about it,'" Leibowitz, 89, told NBC News

 

p’s Former Ghostwriter Slams GOP Nominee’s ‘200-Word Vocabulary’ He has the smallest vocabulary of any person who has ever run for any kind of office, much less president

 

Trump, comparing sex to Vietnam, said in 1998 he should receive the Congressional Medal of Honor In a previously unreported 1998 interview with Howard Stern, Donald Trump compared sex to going to battle in Vietnam and joked he should be getting the Congressional Medal of Honor.

 

How Trump Took Hate Groups Mainstream Trump "may be the last hope for a president who would be good for white people," remarked Jared Taylor, who runs a white nationalist website called American Renaissance and once founded a think tank dedicated to "scientifically" proving white superiority.

 

Stupid and contagious: What if Donald Trump is not “dumbing down” and actually is this dumb?
Is it all an act? More likely, Trump really has the mind of a fourth-grader (apologies to those in fourth grade). Listen to him talk and jugde for yourself. Have your heard him say any big words? Have you heard him anything smart?

 

The puzzle of Trump's massive losses. His losses are so large that they amount to almost 2 percent of all such deductions claimed that year.

 

Trump’s unusual conflict: Millions in debts to German bank now facing federal fines Trump sued the bank the bank countersued, saying the lawsuit was “classic Trump” and an attempt “to avoid living up to the deal he reached with Deutsche Bank.”

 

Donald Trump’s Week of Misrepresentations, Exaggerations and Half-Truths According to POLITICO’s five-day analysis Trump averaged about one falsehood every three minutes and 15 seconds over nearly five hours of remarks. In raw numbers, that’s 87 erroneous statements in five days.

 

176 Reasons Donald Trump Shouldn't Be President Our society has thrown up these people before: Joseph McCarthy. George Wallace. Father Coughlin. Jefferson Davis. Aaron Burr. The Know-Nothings. The Blacklisters. The America-Firsters. And we have always thrown them out. And now our generation has its own: the most dangerous individual ever nominated by a major party for the highest office in this country.

 

Why Trump gets away with huge lies and Clinton gets trashed for little fibs Trump is spouting this kind of misleading stuff on a regular basis. According to Politifact, only 4 percent of what Trump says on the campaign trail is true, compared to 23 percent for Clinton. A whopping 35 percent of Trump statements are rated "false," and an 18 percent chunk get the "pants on fire" designation, meaning extremely untrue, while just 11 percent of Clinton's comments are rated "false," and only 2 percent "pants on fire."

 

Trump proposals would add $5.3 trillion to debt
A new analysis from a nonpartisan group finds that Donald Trump's current proposals would increase the federal debt by $5.3 trillion over the next decade

 

How Donald J. Trump retooled his charity to spend other people’s money - the last gift from Trump was in 2008. Since then, all of the donations have been other people’s money — an arrangement that experts say is almost unheard of for a family foundation.

 

How Donald J. Trump Built an Empire on $885 Million in Tax Breaks - Including tax break that has cost New York City $360 million to date in forgiven, or uncollected, taxes

 

Why He Didn't Run for President in 2012 - With lawsuits pending and shady partners, Trump’s business empire could not withstand the scrutiny of a presidential campaign

 

Donald J. Trump's unfulfilled promises

 

Just What Were Donald Trump's Ties to the Mob?

 

How Did an Alleged Russian Mobster End Up on Trump's Red Carpet? A guy indicted for being part of a global gambling ring run out of Trump Tower.

 

Trump’s mob-linked ex-associate gives $5,400 to campaign
The Russian-born businessman says he visited Trump Tower last month for 'confidential' reasons.

 

This Is What Trump Manages to Get Away With While Everyone Obsesses Over Clinton's Pneumonia

 

New Trump campaign chief faces scrutiny over voter registration, anti-Semitism

 

Trump Has Pocketed Nearly 8 Million Dollars Of Donor Money While Running For President. As President will he profit off the backs of the American tax payer?

Cuomo willing to authorize criminal investigation of Trump Foundation - "At Governor Cuomo's direction, the state stands ready to provide the Attorney General with the appropriate criminal referral on this matter if and when she asks for it," Alphonso David, counsel to the governor, said in a statement.

 

How Donald Trump Exploited Charity for Personal Gain - The billionaire used the Donald J. Trump Foundation to mislead the public—and to funnel cash to an elected prosecutor poised to investigate Trump University.

 

Trump Foundation donations went to charities that held events at Mar-a-Lago Donations made by President Trump’s foundation largely went to charities that hosted galas at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. The Post reviewed the Donald J. Trump Foundation’s tax records dating back to 2008 and found that a vast majority of the $706,000 distributed by the charity went to groups that chose to hold opulent events at the president’s private resort.

 

Foundation faceoff: The Trump Foundation vs. the Clinton Foundation Trump twice used the charity’s money to settle legal disputes that involved his for-profit businesses, the New York attorney general alleged. He also engaged in other instances of self-dealing, such as paying $10,000 to buy a portrait of Trump that was found hanging in one of his golf resorts. The foundation also donated $25,000 to a Florida political group aiding the reelection effort of state Attorney General Pam Bondi (R) — and was used to benefit his presidential campaign

 

Trump Foundation funneled $100K in donations into revenue for Trump Organization: report

 

The timeline of Trump's ties with Russia lines up with allegations of conspiracy and misconduct Explosive allegation — that the Trump campaign agreed to minimize US opposition to Russia's incursions into Ukraine in exchange for the Kremlin releasing negative information about Trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton. The timing of events supporting this allegation also lines up.

 

Dear team Trump,'alternative facts' are lies in the real world

 

Why Does Donald Trump Continue to Defend Russia and Attack U.S. Intelligence? If collusion doesn’t explain his behavior, what does?

 

Donald Trump’s team is running a misdirection campaign on Russian hacking. In recent days, they've made claims and suggestions that just don't square with the facts and/or strain credulity.

 

Trump Received Unsubstantiated Report That Russia Had Damaging Information About Him. America’s intelligence agencies last week presented President Obama and President-elect Donald J. Trump with a summary of unsubstantiated reports that Russia had collected compromising and salacious personal information about Mr. Trump

 

Trump's path to White House lined with false, misleading statements Trump has mixed in doses of innuendo, fear-mongering and outright inaccuracies on the trail

 

Ivana Trump: Donald Can Be a Major Cry Baby
Trump's first wife says he is so thin skinned, he once stomped off because she was a better skier than he is.

 

Donald Trump hosted wild parties with sex, cocaine and underage models Donald Trump allegedly used to host cocaine-filled and sex-crazed parties at one of his luxurious Manhattan hotels — and invited models as young as 15 to attend them, a bombshell report published Monday claims.

 

How Donald Trump Lost His Mojo. Flailing on race and immigration, his campaign in chaos, the candidate who made a brilliant farce of the election is now finding the joke is on him

 

NYC Official: No Evidence Trump Gave $10K to 9/11 Fund New York City's comptroller has found no evidence that Donald Trump gave $10,000 to a fund for 9/11 victims after the terror attack, and concluded that the GOP nominee "may have lied" about making a donation.

 

Multiple women say Donald Trump made inappropriate sexual advances on them Three women accused Donald Trump of making unwanted sexual advances on them in reports published

 

Two Women Say Donald Trump Touched Them Inappropriately The women say they felt compelled to speak after Mr. Trump on Sunday denied ever engaging in such conduct. One says she encountered him on a plane, the other in Trump Tower.

 

A Timeline of Donald Trump's Creepiness While He Owned Miss Universe. From walking into a teen dressing room to joking about his obligation to sleep with contestants, Trump's a storied pageant creep

 

'Don't vote for Trump,' says USA Today in first presidential endorsement in its history The editorial board unanimously found Trump "unfit for the presidency" and the editorial, published Thursday, goes on to list the reasons why, among them: his "erratic" behavior and his "checkered" business past. "Whatever you do, however, resist the siren song of a dangerous demagogue. By all means vote, just not for Donald Trump."

 

Trump’s week reveals bleak view, dubious statements in ‘alternative universe’ An examination by The Washington Post of one week of Trump’s speeches, tweets and interviews show a candidate who not only continues to rely heavily on thinly sourced or entirely unsubstantiated claims but also uses them to paint a strikingly bleak portrait of an impoverished America, overrun by illegal immigrants, criminals and terrorists all designed to set up his theme that he is specially suited to “make America great again.”

 

Harry Reid says Donald Trump is a ‘fraud’ who’s built empire on scams Sen. Harry Reid accused Donald Trump Tuesday of being “a fraud” who’s not worth anywhere near his claims. Reid said the billionaire businessman has abused other people’s money, and in particular misused money given to his charity for his own personal purposes. Mr. Reid said that’s against the law.

 

Trump Won Tax Breaks While Donating Tens Of Thousands To Corrupt Official Donald J. Trump in another pay to play? Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump gave at least $45,000 to the campaign of Alan Hevesi, a New York state comptroller who later went to prison for his role in a pay-to-play bribery scandal

 

Trump used $258,000 from his charity to settle legal problems Trump may have violated laws against “self-dealing” — which prohibit nonprofit leaders from using charity money to benefit themselves or their businesses. Can you say crooked Donald

 

‘Donald J. Trump Revealed’ - 408 documents, comprising thousands of pages of interview transcripts, court filings, financial reports, immigration records and other material

 

The Many Scandals of Donald J. Trump: A Cheat Sheet - A series of stories in The Washington Post and elsewhere in recent weeks have shown inconsistencies and possible violations of law at the charity, and watchdog groups and Democrats have begun calling for investigations into it

 

Trump’s history of corruption is mind-boggling. So why is Clinton supposedly the corrupt one?

 

Trump bragged that his money bought off politicians. Just not this time. Trump is the one who pay's to play

 

Donald J. Trump’s Donation Is His Latest Brush With Campaign Fund Rules - Trump was compelled to testify under oath before New York State officials after he directed tens of thousands of dollars to the president of the New York City Council through myriad subsidiary companies to evade contribution limits.

 

Donald Trump’s Destruction Isn’t Funny Anymore

 

Trump: Stop Regulating Poisoned Dog Food - Regulations protects humans, pets and our natural resources Donald J. Trump and the GOP wants to remove that protection by deregulation putting American lives and our natural resources lives at risk

 

Trump Bankruptcy Math Doesn't Add Up. - Trump actually has six bankruptcies over the course of 18 years, Trump's companies went into reorganization six times.

 

Trump's barrage of attacks 'beyond belief,' reeling NATO diplomats say There is no question about it Trump Putin puppet. Trump once again is projecting himself this time on Germany.

 

Why Trump’s inauguration money is a major part of Mueller’s Russia investigation. There have long been serious questions about the money behind Trump’s inauguration — and where, exactly, it went. Trump’s inaugural committee raised a truly astonishing $106.7 million, double the previous record set by Barack Obama’s 2009 inaugural. But what they did with it isn’t so clear.

 

All of Donald Trump's Ties to Russia and Putin, in 7 Charts These charts illustrate dozens of those links, including meetings between Russian officials and members of Trump’s campaign and administration.

 

Trump’s Russian Laundromat How to use Trump Tower and other luxury high-rises to clean dirty money, run an international crime syndicate, and propel a failed real estate developer into the White House.

 

Republicans once ran on protecting Americans from Russia. Then Trump happened The Republican Party of yesteryear was known for its abhorrence of the Soviet Union and all things related to communism. Now the U.S. has a president and Republican leadership unwilling to protect us from Russian meddling in our elections.

 

Manafort bank fraud trial does have Trump campaign connection, Mueller's team says

 

Donald Trump’s team is running a misdirection campaign on Russian hacking. In recent days, they've made claims and suggestions that just don't square with the facts and/or strain credulity.

 

Here’s a guide to the Trumpian spin on the Russian hacking report.

 

Donald Trump’s gripes about the New York Times are usually about stories that are shown to be accurate

 

Donald Trump Used Legally Dubious Method to Avoid Paying Taxes Mr. Trump avoided reporting hundreds of millions of dollars in taxable income by using a tax avoidance maneuver so legally dubious his own lawyers advised him that the Internal Revenue Service would most likely declare it improper if he were audited.

 

Trump campaign talks about its "voter suppression" efforts Donald Trump’s campaign has organized a strategy to try to depress voter turnout for Hillary Clinton

 

Consultant With Ties to Donald Trump Linked to Offer to Hide Source of Donations A video posted on Monday by a British newspaper appeared to show a Republican consultant with ties to Donald J. Trump offering to disguise the source of contributions to a “super PAC” intended to aid Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign.

 

Trump had these choice words in 1993 on his womanising ways: ‘it’s fortunate I don’t have to run for political office’

 

Trump campaign rocked by wave of new sexual harassment allegations A new wave of stories involving Donald Trump’s alleged sexual transgressions bubbled up

 

Voices From Donald Trump’s Rallies, Uncensored. Mr. Trump’s supporters often chant vitriolic, even violent slogans at his campaign events. New York Times reporters documented examples over several weeks.

 

Donald Trump Tax Records Show He Could Have Avoided Taxes for Nearly Two Decades, The Times Found Donald J. Trump declared a $916 million loss on his 1995 income tax returns, a tax deduction so substantial it could have allowed him to legally avoid paying any federal income taxes for up to 18 years, records obtained by The New York Times show.

 

Trump under fire after sending nasty tweets about ‘disgusting’ ex-Miss Universe The fallout has threatened to undermine weeks of carefully choreographed efforts by Trump’s campaign to repair his image after several missteps this summer, most notably his feud with the family of a Muslim American soldier who died in Afghanistan.

 

Trump Foundation lacks the certification required for charities that solicit money Donald Trump’s charitable foundation which has been sustained for years by donors outside the Trump family has never obtained the certification that New York requires before charities can solicit money from the public, according to the state attorney general’s office.

 

Evidence of Trump’s personal giving. The Washington Post has contacted more than 250 charities with some ties to the GOP nominee in an effort to find proof of the millions he has said he donated to them. We’ve mostly been unsuccessful.

 

Trump lies Thirty times, they caught him. Trump had misstated sales at his condo buildings. Inflated the price of membership at one of his golf clubs. Overstated the depth of his past debts and the number of his employees.

 

Trump Files: Donald's Big Book of Hitler Speeches Trump owned a copy of Adolf Hitler's speeches and allegedly read them for inspiration

 

No, Hillary Clinton did not start the 'birther' movement And yes Trump was the leader chief prompter of the birther movement

 

Bernie Sanders on Trump's Birther Statement: He's Still a Bigot and Racist
" This is part of his entire campaign of bigotry."

 

Donald Trump wants to cut the FDA - you know, the group that makes sure your food is safe.

 

Trump admits Obama was born in U.S., but falsely blames Clinton for starting rumors - Ending his long history of stoking unfounded doubts about the nation’s first African-American president

 

Donald Trump Lies Again About Birtherism
His "big announcement" included a huge whopper.

 

Almost Every Word of Donald Trump's Birther Statement Is a Lie - Hillary Clinton did not allege that the president was born in Kenya. Trump did not compel Obama to release his birth certificate "when others had not"—Obama had already released a copy of his birth certificate, but critics, including Trump, believed it to be a fake

 

An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power

 

Trump Just Said He Wouldn't Spy on Americans. Here Are 4 Times He Vowed to Do So.

 

US election: Why the Melania Trump plagiarism row matters

 

Trump Did Not Oppose the Iraq In 2011, he said he had thought it was "smart" to go grab Iraq's oil.

 

Republicans Reeling After Investigation Exposes Trump As A Foreign Bank Owned Fraud

 

What Donald J. Trump Owns and Owes The Republican presidential nominee has an interest in more than 30 U.S. properties, roughly half of which have debt on them.

 

Trump’s Empire: A Maze of Debts and Opaque Ties

 

New Trump Campaign CEO Faced Domestic Violence Charge In 1996

 

Here Are 13 Examples Of Donald Trump Being Racist

 

Is Trump’s Campaign Breaking the Law by Paying Money to Trump’s Businesses?

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