Trump fraud in New York ran until 2020, meaning, as Nicolle Wallace said, Trump committed fraud while he was president.
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Nicolle Wallace says Trump committed fraud while he was president. pic.twitter.com/Kd5N1kCkwt
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NBC’s Tom Winter, when asked what struck him about the Trump lawsuit, said: “A few different things. First, the scope of this. That it continued through 2020, when Trump needed to know at that point that he was under investigation or that at least there were a lot of questions about what was going on in his world, and yet, according to the attorney general, not that they were going to get off the gas, that they were going to continue with some of the valuations they now have in doubts. So I think that’s interesting, number one. Number two -“
Wallace said, “That he committed fraud while he was president.”
Donald Trump refused to divest or secede his business interests when he was president.
Trump “left his company,” but he retained an active and controlling interest in the Trump Organization, which later turned out to mean Trump was still head of and involved in his business from the White House.
Experts said Trump’s conflict of interest plan was futile, which turned out to be true.
Nicole Wallace was right. While Trump was president, he was engaged in fraud in New York. When people referred to Trump as a criminal president during his tenure, they had no idea how correct they were.
Donald Trump is easily the most criminal person to ever sit in the Oval Office.
Mr Easley is the editor in chief. He is also a White House Press Pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduation work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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