By Phaedrus
Here is a breakdown of ARRA spending which you will see was mostly not infrastructure spending. At least educate yourself. ... ge-3305625

To say there was no evidence of collusion is wrong if for no other reason than the well-documented meeting in Trump Tower. Money laundering is not something separate. It goes to the motive of why Trump is bound to the Putin and has been discussed simultaneously with the collusion issue. You just have not been paying attention.

You may note that Trump has repeatedly emphasized that he has no businesses in Russia. He never says that he does no business with Russians. In fact, his son is on record saying that Russians have been heavy investors in Trump developments in Florida. As well, Trump has developments around the world for which the financing is shadowy. Maybe there is nothing, but for a President who refuses to release his taxes, he invites closer scrutiny.

You can state that Obama was laundering money, but your statement carries no weight without even a modicum of evidence that you understand a word of what you are saying.

Yes, Hillary was a terrible candidate and the Democratic establishment that put her forward above better candidates were full of hubris and conceded to potent financial forces, but no more than the similar forces that caused people like Liddy Dole to step out of the Republican race in 2000. ... e_internal
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By eriknben10
You don't actually believe any of that BS you just wrote. It is your pure hatred doing the talking. If the President had done anything illegal the last administration would have nailed him to the wall and you know it.
What you are implying is the President has outwitted the FBI, CIA,TFI and the IRS in one paragraph. :lol: :lol: :lol:
That's the main reason he won the office, outright lies your ilk peddles.
Are you by chance related to Nancy or Chuckie?
There may be a few others you believe he has outwitted on this list.
United States Intelligence Community
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Independent agencies
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
United States Department of Defense
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
National Security Agency (NSA)
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
Twenty-Fifth Air Force (25 AF)
Military Intelligence Corps (MI)
Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA)
Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)
United States Department of Energy
Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence (OICI)
United States Department of Homeland Security
Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A)
Coast Guard Intelligence (CGI)
United States Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Office of National Security Intelligence (ONSI)
United States Department of State
Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR)
United States Department of the Treasury
Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (TFI)
By Phaedrus
"Trump obtained his loans in extraordinary fashion. In the mid-2000s, he had burned so many creditors that Deutsche was the only major player willing to lend to him. However, when the 2008 financial crisis hit, the German bank was next in line, as Guardian reporter Luke Harding reports in his book Collusion (excerpted by Newsweek). First, Trump defaulted on a payment on a $640 million loan for his Chicago hotel and the bank sued him. Instead of paying it, he countersued Deutsche for $3 billion, claiming they owed him damages for helping cause the Great Recession. Eventually, he repaid the bank by getting a loan in 2010 from Deutsche themselves—this time from their wealth management division, rather than the presumably infuriated real estate team.

At the same time, Deutsche’s Moscow branch was carrying out a $10 billion money-laundering scheme to get cash out of Russia into the West via offshore shell companies, according to New York State’s Department for Financial Services. New York State and the UK government have fined the bank a combined $630 million over the scheme. The Russians whose money was being laundered have never been identified, but Deutsche’s New York office was a major beneficiary of the scheme—the very office that was making large loans to Trump. When Trump was elected, he was around $300 million (paywall) in debt to the bank."
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By eriknben10
Guilt by association. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Keep that propaganda going into mid terms please!
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By eriknben10
Phaedrus wrote:Birds of feather...

If you lie down with dogs, you get fleas.

Trump is scum.

With an attitude like that I can see why you are a failure and can only pitch propaganda.
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