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Trump's businesses taking a hit

JuliefromOhio

Senator
Supporting Member
Senate Coronavirus Bill Prohibits Trump’s Hotels From Receiving Bailouts
Democrats pushed to ban Trump family businesses from cashing in on the Senate’s $2 trillion rescue package.
 

JuliefromOhio

Senator
Supporting Member
Governors across the nation on Tuesday rejected President Donald Trump’s new accelerated timeline for reopening the U.S. economy, as they continued to impose more restrictions on travel and public life in an attempt to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

The dismissal of Trump’s mid-April timeframe for a national reopening came from Republicans and Democrats, from leaders struggling to manage hot spots of the outbreak and those still bracing for the worst. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, the head of the National Governors Association and a Republican, called the messaging confusing since most leaders are still focused on enforcing the restrictions, not easing them. He accused the White House of running on a schedule made of some “imaginary clock.”

 

Nutty Cortez

Dummy (D) NY
Talkingpoints memo LOL!

Had trump said to Open the week after easter- they would have said "why so long waaaaaaaaaaa"

Please. Post from non biased sources.
 

JuliefromOhio

Senator
Supporting Member
Talkingpoints memo LOL!

Had trump said to Open the week after easter- they would have said "why so long waaaaaaaaaaa"

Please. Post from non biased sources.
Here's the good news.

The $2 trillion stimulus plan agreed to by White House and Senate leader would ban any company controlled by President Donald Trump or his children from receiving loans or investments from Treasury programs.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-25/trump-owned-companies-banned-from-virus-aid-in-stimulus-bill?srnd=premium
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
I'm sure Minuchin is telling Trump he can get his hands on some $$ for Trump and his kin.
I mean Trump got federal dollars from the 9/11 fund.....with no cause. And Trump's FL resort got money from some hurricane disaster fund....despite having no damage.
The man knows how to grift and scam better than anyone. He’ll come out fine one way or the other.
 

PhilFish

Administrator
Staff member
I'm sure Minuchin is telling Trump he can get his hands on some $$ for Trump and his kin.
I mean Trump got federal dollars from the 9/11 fund.....with no cause. And Trump's FL resort got money from some hurricane disaster fund....despite having no damage.

as an aside.. should the employees at these resorts of his be afforded no aid from the relief bill...just because you think trump should be jammed up?
 

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
I'm sure Minuchin is telling Trump he can get his hands on some $$ for Trump and his kin.
I mean Trump got federal dollars from the 9/11 fund.....with no cause. And Trump's FL resort got money from some hurricane disaster fund....despite having no damage.
Prove there was no damage______________________________
Phil may need to have another thread on liars.
 

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
Here's the good news.

The $2 trillion stimulus plan agreed to by White House and Senate leader would ban any company controlled by President Donald Trump or his children from receiving loans or investments from Treasury programs.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-25/trump-owned-companies-banned-from-virus-aid-in-stimulus-bill?srnd=premium
For the rest of the story omitted

 

sensible don

Mayor
Supporting Member
REPORT: TRUMP HAPPILY EMPLOYING UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS WHILE ICE ROUNDS THEM UP

Demonizing immigrants played a key role in Donald Trump’s campaign for the presidency, just as cracking down on “illegal” border crossings and whipping the base into a frenzy over a so-called migrant “invasion” has been a regular feature of his time in office and reelection efforts. But undocumented immigrants have also served another, lesser known but nevertheless vital function in the president’s life: providing cheap labor at his businesses. And not just, like, in years past, or in the first few months of his presidency, but as of—what’s that now?—today. Yes, it’s a tough job to foam at the mouth daily about people entering the country without going through the proper channels first, use it to justify separating families and sending people back to nations they’ve never known—all the while relying on them to keep your golf clubs running—but somebody’s got to do it!
The Washington Post reports that the Trump Organization currently employs a “roving crew of Latin American employees” to perform masonry and maintenance work at his winery and various golf clubs around the country. For almost two decades, the group has been comprised of workers who came into the US illegally—the penalty for which the president seemingly believes should be death—according to two former crew members. Another one, who still works for Trump, told reporters Joshua Partlow and David A. Fahrenthold that remains the case today. President Trump “doesn’t want undocumented people in the country,” said Jorge Castro, an Ecuadorian immigrant without legal status who left the company last spring after nine years. “But at his properties, he still has them.” He added: “If you’re a good worker, papers don’t matter.”
Castro said he worked on seven Trump properties, most recently Trump’s golf club in Northern Virginia. He provided The Washington Post with several years of his pay stubs from Trump’s construction company, Mobile Payroll Construction LLC, as well as photos of him and his colleagues on Trump courses and text messages he exchanged with his boss, including one in January dispatching him to “Bedminster,” Trump’s New Jersey golf course.

Another immigrant who worked for the Trump construction crew, Edmundo Morocho, said he was told by a Trump supervisor to buy fake identity documents on a New York street corner. He said he once hid in the woods of a Trump golf course to avoid being seen by visiting labor union officials.
 
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