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RNC chair not sure it is legal for Trump campaign to pay Jrs/others legal fees

By Rew   Jul 15, 5:11pm   125 views   4 comments   watch (0)   quote

There has been a big shift in how the campaign funding is being allocated. :)

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1   Rew   1138/1138 = 100% civil   Jul 15, 5:12pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote

Two weeks before the email scandal hits, 50K moves over to Jrs lawyers. Fascinating.

What does Jared get? He will probably need more.

2   Tenpoundbass   1417/1419 = 99% civil   Jul 15, 5:30pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

He get's back when he Sues the people that created the back drop to this story. I would tell you but you would say I'm being silly again.
This one is going to bring a lot of high profile Democrats crashing down. That's why only low level bottom feeders are pushing this latest story.
Pro Trump actors are releasing the other Shoes.

3   Rew   1138/1138 = 100% civil   Jul 15, 5:46pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Tenpoundbass says

He get's back when he Sues the people that created the back drop to this story.

The "backdrop" has turned out to be entirely accurate. Current odds at truth are better if one believes the 180 degree opposite of whatever Trump/administration says.

Of the 100 people added to the SF-86 who was magically left off?

Also, when the princess gets pulled in, watch Trump's rage:

4   Rew   1138/1138 = 100% civil   Jul 15, 6:07pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

I want to also point out a really hard fact. Due to WH aides being the ones to craft a lot of Jrs initial statement, they are now being forced to lawyer up. Guess who is helping pay their legal fees? Not a gosh darn single big Trump pocket. It's mostly on them.

A favorite KellyAnne meme created was this one:

It was a favorite with a very specific set of people: former WH employees of the past 2 administrations: Bush and Obama. The only proof I have of that, is that I watched them like it on twitter.

I believe the odds are moving stronger and stronger, that as things become personally tougher for him and his family, Trump may simply just step down.

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