Russian Justice: now we know why Trump REALLY fired Prett Bharara

When it comes to Trump Jr scandal involving his Russian meetings to dig Hillary dirt, most media outlets have kept their focus on basic-non policy matters like “what did the President know and when did he know it?” or “just how many Russians attended Trump Jr’s meeting?” (FYI, CrookedDonald.com already knows the answer to that one: there were a helluva lot more Russians who showed up Jr’s meeting than there were Americans who attended Papa Trump’s inauguration.) But this focus on the small details of these meeting may be overlooking…

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Crooked Donald caught pocketing more charity money

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Today, June 14th is Donald Trump’s birthday (a fact he had been announcing at ainublic events this week) and we thought we’d remind you there is no need to send Crooked Donald any presents as he has already paid himself millions through his charities. In case you missed it, Trump charities are back in the news again and not in a good way—actually, there hasn’t been any good news about Trump family charities in the last two years. This latest scandal involves an investigation by Forbes involving Trump self-dealing and…

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Trump Family Caught Selling American Citizenships

The details are very simple: Jared Kushner’s sister, seeking to finance a New Jersey luxury apartment project that Jared himself once managed until the joined the White House staff, needed more cash for the project. So as Jared Kushner and Crooked Donald have both done in the past, they used immigration to boost their bottom lines. Thus, the Kushner family promised rich Chinese tycoons American citizenship for money. I’m not kidding, they promised potential investors that if they forked over at least $500,000 to the Kushner/Trump bankroll, they could become…

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Trump’s Tax Reform Fiasco

When it comes to self-dealing, Crooked Donald is still the king. Just look at the fiasco surrounding his proposed tax reform. Crooked Donald’s “Tax Reform Proposal” was a real rush job. According to multiple reports, Trump wanted to have “tax reform” as part of his “100 Day Accomplishments.” Thus, shortly before the 100 day deadline, Trump ordered economic advisor Gary Cohn and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who were hoping to wait and introduce a bill in summer, to hold a last-second press conference and release the one-page document of a few hundred…

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The President of the United States (A fully owned subsidiary of Trump, Inc.)

Thanks to the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigators at ProPublica, we have proof Crooked Donald has already violated his bogus “trust” that enables him to keep his tiny hands in his businesses as he runs America (into the ground, mostly.) This is still a developing story, but here is what we know so far: when Crooked Donald announced his “trust plan” in January, critics insisted it was worthless in preventing conflicts of interest because chock full of loopholes. Under this scheme, Trump ostensibly resigned from his companies, claiming that he would have no…

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Trump’s top policy priority: Enriching Trump Inc.

They say you should go with what you know and that is especially true in the case of Crooked Donald. Because unlike the issues with his travel ban or his health care fiasco, Trump has issued at least one Executive order that went smoothly. According to Politico, Trump’s order making it easier to pollute lakes and rivers with fertilizer run-off was welcome news to America’s privately-owned golf courses. As you might expect from a man who not only owns several golf courses, but is also spends at least a day…

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IRS employees could leak Trump’s returns—but will they?

We have now officially reached the half-way point of Crooked Donald’s first 100 days and with his continued refusal to fulfill his oft-repeated campaign promise to release his returns once he was in the White House, the Internet has been ablaze with demands that IRS officials send Crooked Donald’s returns either to Congress or the media. A bit of background: in 1973, when then-President “Tricky Dick” Nixon famously said “I am not a crook,” he wasn’t referring to Watergate but to the revelation his tax returns had proved what he…

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