That security clearance that slumlord Jared Kushner needs in order to sell out the country serve his father-in-law properly is like the horizon, the closer he gets the further away it is. Plus, the bookkeeping is a little funny, with Kushner Companies claiming that the interest that it made in a given year on two loans exceeded the value of the loans themselves but bear in mind there is the law of finance and there is Trump finance and ne’er the twain shall meet. ProPublica:
As of last week, the American public had been told that President Trump’s doctor had certified he would be “the healthiest individual ever elected.” That the president was happy with his legal team and would not hire a new lawyer. That he did not know about the $130,000 payment to a former pornographic film actress who claimed to have had an affair with him.
As of this week, it turns out that the statement about his health was not actually from the doctor but had been dictated by Mr. Trump himself. That the president has split with the leaders of his legal team and hired the same new lawyer he had denied recruiting. And that Mr. Trump himself had financed the $130,000 payment intended to buy the silence of the actress known as Stormy Daniels.
A relatively unknown U.S. Senate candidate in California who was booted from the state's Republican Party Convention for a campaign promise to "remove Jewish leaders" from power is getting new attention since seen surging in one political poll.
Patrick Little, an unabashed admirer of Adolf Hitler who attended the Neo-Nazi March in Charlottesville last year, is now the Republican frontrunner in the California Senate Race, according to a new SUSA poll of likely voters. Little garnered 18% (behind Dianne Feinstein’s 39%), establishing him as the leader among GOP hopefuls running against Feinstein. The poll, released on April 24th (SUSA receives an “A" rating from Nate Silver's 538 blog) also describes Little as Feinstein’s "likely Republican opponent” this November. And despite being denied permission to attend the GOP convention, Little is a fine (one might say “very fine") example of what can slither out of the Republican Party in the age of Trump: