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The Trump File

 

                                                                          The Trump File

 

When I asked, a lifelong close friend why he was voting for Donald Trump, he cited two issues. First, he said that Trump was a great businessman and we needed somebody with business knowledge in the White House for a change. Secondly, he indicated Trump would be a change agent since he was not a Washington insider.

Another close friend who also voted for Trump and was a Democrat indicated that Hillary Clinton was crooked and compromise United States security by installing her personal server. I next asked him about Donald Trump’s qualifications to serve as president and which ones were the most important to him. He thought for a moment and said, he admired an individual whose father only gave him one million dollars and turned it into a billion-dollar empire.

Both of my friends shoved off my questions concerning the morality and ethics of Donald Trump as both believed Clinton had more significant and severe breaches of moral and ethical misconduct. While the phrase, “moral and ethical conduct,” was one I frequently used to ask a question concerning both candidates, I was surprised that slightly more than 50% believed Clinton’s conduct was worse than Trump’s. However, of the more than 20 people I interviewed, on the question of Clinton’s misconduct, the three issues cited involved personal emails, the Clinton foundation, and Bill Clinton’s indiscretions. No other concerns or issues were noted except for one person calling out like water and to others indicated she helped start Isis.

I wrote the above questions concerning the issues of each presidential candidate because from numerous past discussions and interviews it was generally apparent that Trump voters were unaware of the candidate’s background, his issues nor were informed concerning his moral and ethical history.

Although we stopped writing this report in January 2016, even after the election we decided to create and maintain a record of the activities, moral, ethical and other subject matter relative to Donald Trump. Once completed, I believe this will be the most comprehensive report on Mr. Trump. It is not intended to be a biography, but instead a chronicle of his past and current activities as they relate to serving in public office.

We provide links where possible to serve as supporting documentation or reference material for further reading. From time to time we may adjust the sequence where subject matter is located in the report, with the intention of making it more reader friendly.

 

 

Russia:  Donald Trump’s ties Russia and Putin:

Throughout the course of the campaign, Donald Trump has repeatedly stated he has absolutely no economic or personal ties to Russia or Vladimir Putin. After the Democratic National Committee was hacked, Trump tweeted “” I have zero investments in Russia.”

According to the Democratic Coalition, the FBI failed to investigate at least ten connections regarding Trump’s ties to Russia. The coalition formulated the Dworkin report, which translates to, “evidence tying Donald Trump to Russia.”

Links:

This Is How the Trump Campaign May Have Interfered With Russia Policy

 

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