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* [[Roger Stone]]
* [[Roger Stone]]
* [[Steve Bannon]]
* [[Steve Bannon]]
* [[ALEC]] - his administration is filled with members and supporters of ALEC
* [[American Legislative Exchange Council]] - his administration is filled with members and supporters of ALEC
* [[Council for National Policy]]
* [[Council for National Policy]]
* [[James Woolsey]]
* [[James Woolsey]]

Revision as of 18:30, 28 December 2018



Sexual assaults

Organized crime ties

Russia investigation

Political connections

Business dealings

Presidential administration

Corporate connections

Business dealings

Presidential administration


External links

  • Ed Opperman interview of David Cay Johnston on Trump's history - mentions that: grandfather Frederick Trump ran a brothel; father Fred Trump was arrested for marching in support of the KKK; the announcement of his candidacy in 2015 was attended by paid actors; his 42nd Street Hyatt hotel cost $120 million but received $360 in government subsidies; he stood up for cocaine trafficker Joseph Weichselbaum and let him move into Trump Tower after his lenient 18-month sentence; he was friends with Adnan Khashoggi; and he called Roy Cohn a "second father"

Roy Cohn relationship

Organized crime

Corporate corruption

War agenda

Supposed swamp draining

  • Allegation of Trump being responsible for a massive increase in pedophile busts
    • Reason, "Trump's Mythical Crackdown on Sex Trafficking", 2017/02/27
    • US State Department, "TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS REPORT: JUNE 2018" - on p.443 it says "The federal government reports its law enforcement data by fiscal year. In FY 2017, DHS reported opening 833 investigations possibly involving human trafficking, a decrease from 1,029 in FY 2016. DOJ formally opened 782 human trafficking investigations, a decrease from 843 in FY 2016. (The FY 2016 number (843) represents a correction to the number cited last year (1,800), which in fact represented the number of pending cases rather than formally opened investigations.) DOS reported opening 169 human trafficking-related cases worldwide during FY 2017, a decrease from 288 in FY 2016. The Department of Defense (DoD) reported investigating 11 human trafficking-related cases involving U.S. military personnel compared to 13 in FY 2016."
  • Debunking in 2018/08 of the claims about 40000 sealed indictments

Pedophilia evidence

Other curiosities