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Old 08-17-2018, 01:39 PM
 
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So, getting fired by Trump is like you're getting a pension! Who knew?!


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Trump campaign donors are getting irritated their money is being used for 'elongated hush payments'

And $15,000 a month seems to be the going rate for former Trump White House officials who worked closely with the president. According to federal election filings reviewed by ABC News, the Trump campaign, Republican National Committee, or pro-Trump America First PAC are also paying former Oval Office security chief Keith Schiller's private firm $15,000 a month for "security services" tied to the 2020 GOP national political convention, $14,000 per month for "payroll" to Trump "body man" John McEntee, and $15,000 a month to former ad director Gary Coby — all of whom, presumably, signed restrictive nondisclosure agreements. According to the Lara Trump tape, that money comes straight from donors — and some major donors are getting irked "by the revelations that the campaign may have been used as a slush fund to pay fired or troublesome employees," The New York Times reports. "It's diverting donor money that could be used to wage the midterm election battle or store resources for Trump's re-election," said Dan Eberhart, Trump donor and America First adviser. "Instead, it's an elongated hush payment." At the same time, he said, "they still want to win elections," so wallets aren't necessarily closed.


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Old 08-17-2018, 01:42 PM
 
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Another lie of a headline. Nothing has been proven that any of that actually happened and it says they are "irked" that the thought of it may be true.


"and some major donors are getting irked "by the revelations that the campaign may have been used as a slush fund to pay fired or troublesome employees," The New York Times reports."




lmao...More #fakenews
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Old 08-17-2018, 01:46 PM
 
Location: By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea
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Another lie of a headline. Nothing has been proven that any of that actually happened and it says they are "irked" that the thought of it may be true.


"and some major donors are getting irked "by the revelations that the campaign may have been used as a slush fund to pay fired or troublesome employees," The New York Times reports."




lmao...More #fakenews

Kinda like Obama wire-tapping Trump Tower , eh?

Or is it just that you require no proof when it's something you want to hear?
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Old 08-17-2018, 01:46 PM
 
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Another lie of a headline. Nothing has been proven that any of that actually happened and it says they are "irked" that the thought of it may be true.

"and some major donors are getting irked "by the revelations that the campaign may have been used as a slush fund to pay fired or troublesome employees," The New York Times reports."

lmao...More #fakenews

Some donors can put two and two together. Unlike some of his supporters.

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"It's diverting donor money that could be used to wage the midterm election battle or store resources for Trump's re-election," said Dan Eberhart, Trump donor and America First adviser. "Instead, it's an elongated hush payment."
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