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From: Rick Moen
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Quoting Ruben Safir (mrbrklyn-at-panix.com):
> On 10/23/2016 04:18 PM, Rick Moen wrote:
> > He's always been an absolutely abysmal businessman. Thousands of times
> > over. If he hadn't been, he'd have staunched the bleeding long before
> > he lost even a tiny fraction of that $916 million in that one single
> > calendar year, long before he stiffed all those businessmen, long before
> > he washed away vast amounts of loaned money in his four personal
> > bankruptcies at the same time that he was _literally_ gilding his
> > bedrooms and bathrooms. _Literally_. And then claiming charitable tax
> > deductions for things like a god-awful inflated-price painting of his
> > pasty-faced self that was bought by his alleged charity at
> > alleged-charity auction and then illegally redirected to hang on the
> > wall of Champions Bar and Grill at the Trump National Doral golf resort
> > in Florida.
> well, according to you.
No, not according to me. According to Enrique Acevedo of Univision, who
recently decided to investigate a Washington Post story that pointed out
that visitors to Champions Bar and Grill had posted online photos onto
Tripadvisor of the $10,000 four-foot-tall portrait. He wanted to check
if the reports were true and if the painting were -still- there.
Acevedo reserved a room at Doral Resort, and very easily got cleaning
staff to usher him into Champions Bar and Grill to see it. So, yes,
actually, brazenly present and _still_ there.
And that -- buying a portrait with charity money and then using it in
business -- is not only incredibly tacky behaviour even by Trump
standards (and what kind of megalomaniac spends $10,000 on a painting of
himself, anyway?) is illegal self-dealing, a variety of tax fraud.
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