In 1973, the Justice Department sued Donald and his father, Fred Trump, for violations of the Fair Housing Act.
“A former Trump superintendent named Thomas Miranda testified that multiple Trump Management employees had instructed him to attach a separate piece of paper with a big letter “C” on it — for “colored” — to any application filed by a black apartment-seeker.” (New York Times)
“C” applications were placed in a drawer and forgotten.
At the time, a 27 year old Donald Trump was Captain of the family’s real estate empire. His father, Fred, was Chairman of the Board.
In this old, and inspiring Oprah Winfrey video clip, two sailor’s jump ship: How a Gang of Skinheads Forever Changed the Course | The Oprah Winfrey Show | Oprah Winfrey Network - YouTube
Three weeks ago, Alabama senator Jeff Sessions was confirmed Confederate General.
How many sailors/supporters have to jump ship before Trump’s vessels lack the man/woman power to stay afloat?
Also, can Chang’e, the prehistoric Chinese Moon Goddess, raise up yuge enough waves to sink Captain Trump’s ironclad, gold plated warships?
“…all of them nights down in Mexico…”
During the civil war, 12 of my ancestors died fighting for the south. 15 died fighting for the north.
Thankfully, the north won.
I dedicate “I sang Dixie” to my confederate relatives: - YouTube
Let’s have a little fun tonight. I dedicate this song to my union ancestors who died in the civil war: We'll Fight for Uncle Sam - YouTube
“They laid us under glory hole, they laid us under glory hole, to save the stripes and stars”
"How many sailors/supporters have to jump ship before Trump’s vessels lack the man/woman power to stay afloat? "
If Paul Lyan and his henchmen jumped ship, the Trump flagship would not be seaworthy.
I imagine Michael Flynn did not want to jump ship. This might be an example of “とかげの尻尾切り(tail self-amputation by rezards)”.
Trump’s son-in-law met Russian ambassador in December, White House confesses Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and Michael Flynn met Russian ambassador, White House admits | The Independent | The Independent
“Six of Mr Trump’s team – including Paul Manafort, Carter Page and Michael Cohen – have allegedly had undisclosed contact with Russia officials.”
All the Trump team officials who have had secret contact with Russia so far All Donald Trump's team members who are alleged to have had undisclosed contact with Russia officials | The Independent | The Independent
It’s really funny to see this fake outrage in the media about Russia.
Why aren’t government officials allowed to deal with this country?
Why is it okay for us to do business with Saudi Arabia, China, India, Turkey, Qatar, and many other countries who can’t be considered like free and democratic, but not with Russia?
“Trump called frequently during his campaign for improved relations with Russia, which have been deeply strained in recent years over Moscow’s military interference in Ukraine, its support for President Bashar al-Assad in Syria and Putin’s intolerance of political dissent.
With his administration on the defensive over Russia, Trump’s enthusiasm seems to have cooled, and his top foreign policy advisers have begun talking tougher about Moscow.”
Sessions to respond in writing to questions over Russia contacts - DOJ Reuters | Breaking International News & Views
“Moscow’s military interference in Ukraine” -We do the same thing in the Middle East, Latin America, Africa, The China Sea, etc. Doesn’t make it right but that’s not a reason not to do business with this country.
“Its support for President Bashar al-Assad in Syria” -Aren’t we best friends with Saudi Arabia? Again, double standard.
“and Putin’s intolerance of political dissent” -Turkey, Saudi Arabia, India, etc. Again, not a good reason. Can’t say that I’m surprised.
Can’t wait to see which article you’ll post next!
Wonderful to see, today, who is the head of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, isn’t?
“Why is it okay for us to do business with Saudi Arabia, China, India, Turkey, Qatar, and many other countries who can’t be considered like free and democratic, but not with Russia?”
What kind of “business” do you think Trump’s henchmen have tried to do with Moscow?
“U.S. intelligence agencies concluded last year that Russia hacked and leaked Democratic emails during the election campaign as part of an effort to tilt the vote in Trump’s favour. The Kremlin has denied the allegations.”–Reuter News
Tremendously seaworthy. No ship is as seaworthy as President Donald J. Trump’s ship
http://abcn.ws/2m77kMD Amid firestorm, Trump appears to waver on Russia deal
I guess we’ll both have to watch CNN and read The Washington Post since they know everything about what is being said in these meetings…
Jokes aside, both countries supposedly have a common interest in counterterrorism. I doubt it’s limited to that though. All I’m saying is that the West and Russia should keep talking.
For instance, even Japan is still technically at war with Russia but both sides decided to be mature and to rather frequently hold talks about the disputed Kuril Islands.
Yup, it’s so seaworthy you wouldn’t believe it! It’s gonna go to sea. Bigly!
“Arnold Schwarzenegger isn’t voluntarily leaving the Apprentice, he was fired by his bad (pathetic) ratings, not by me. Sad end to great show”
Isn’t Trump worrying about the ratings of another “show”?
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Trump is definitely worried. His flurry of predawn tweets underscore his mental state.
Rather than enjoying peace and comfort as a “billionaire”, he is awake at night watching Brietbart and Fox news, and Saturday Night Live.
He quotes from and reacts to television shows. Sad.
“Why aren’t government officials allowed to deal with this country[Russia]?”
You can find the answer by reading the following except from a news article.
“U.S. intelligence agencies concluded last year that Russia hacked and leaked Democratic emails during the election campaign as part of an effort to tilt the vote in Trump’s favour.”–Reuter News
If you are referring to Trump’s hotel business in foreign countries, the rule related to “conflicts of interest” matters.
“President Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, received $33,750 from Russia’s state-owned television network for a 2015 speech he made in Moscow, documents released Thursday show.”
Michael Flynn received more than $33,000 from Russian TV Michael Flynn received more than $33,000 from Russian TV via @usatoday
The ‘good old boy’ network. A little money here, a little favor there.
“Last week, Flynn retroactively registered as a foreign agent in connection with his work on behalf of a company whose Turkish founder has close ties to Turkey’s government. Those documents show Flynn earned $530,000 last year from the firm while serving as a top adviser to Trump’s campaign.”
Flynn is working for the Turkish government. Here, everybody knows his name. He is the most popular American after Trump and Obama in Turkey. I don’t believe that he earned only 530.000 USD, it must be more than a million USD or maybe more.