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Care for 'Conversation and Dinner' with Don Jr.? First Family Access Possible With Purchase of Trump-Branded Apartment in India


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Care for 'Conversation and Dinner' with Don Jr.? First Family Access Possible With Purchase of Trump-Branded Apartment in India

Andrea Germanos, staff writer

The Trump presidency continues to spark ethics concerns, with the latest worry concerning a trip this week by President Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., to India.

The trip, which begins Tuesday, is "intended to help sell more than $1 billion in luxury residential units being built by the Trumps and their local partners," the New York Times reported.


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The author has a shockable conscience. Don, Jr. and his family aren’t so equipped, as are almost ALL of the Congress members who sit back and watch this happen.


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The bigger question is why would anyone want to pay money to see and talk to a Trump, let alone do business with one. P.T. Barnum was right. There is a sucker born every minute.


#4

I’d rather get a root canal.


#5

Go away you annoying silver-spooned twit.


#6

Does the word “corruption” and the concept behind it, even exist in US-English anymore?


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It seems there are plenty of ultra-wealthy Indians devoid of ethics or conscience who are perfectly willing to play this little game. Sociopaths come in all nationalities.


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For a five-percent premium on your purchase, you get excused from having to talk to the eldest spawn of Don.


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Remember, the Trump Family Grifters firmly believe that nepotism is good and conflicts of interest are irrelevant.


#10

I would have dinner with him in the chance that I could dose his drink with a few hits of L.S.D. just to wipe that condescending smirk off his smarmy face, then the real fun would begin, big game hunter indeed, I


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Sadly, especially Indians. The Indians that fill the ranks of “professionals” in my city (especially rich MD’s for our capitalist hospital monopoly “UPMC”) are 99% right wing assholes.


#12

Not among Putinist progressives, or so I am learning. And I don’t mean that in a derogatory sense either.


#13

This is a violation of the emoluments clause clearly, an impeachable offense.


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I know of wealthy Chinese who have much harsher things to say of Indians. There exist ancient prejudices and hatreds predating white America by a long shot. By comparison we are Johnny-come-latelies.


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Do the apartments come with indoor plumbing , or is that an extra million or so?


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Not shocking at all.
Would anyone be shocked about private meanings to garner favor and $$$$ with the mafia? Trump is merely carrying on the tradition as required by oligarchs and corporate henchmen.
What is shocking is the impossibility of democracy in the USA.


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He is to give a foreign policy speech, what? How absolutely bizarre!


#18

Did he learn the technique from the Clintons and their donate for access foundation? Actually the Hillary and Bill were a little more subtle; they left expectations unsaid. Which is a more professional approach to influence peddling.


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Why in heaven would anyone want “conversation and dinner” with this “Piece of Shit” spawn of our “Piece of Shit” so-called President.

They continue to rub their wealth and position in everyone’s face, clearly showing that they believe that they are above the law.

Man, do I wish it was as around 1793, and this family was part of the French nobility, and I was the executioner in charge of the guillotine that they were being led to.

Priceless!


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Here’s the extent of Jrs. speech:

“Ok, who brought their checkbooks?”