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Postby kurupetos » Wed Jul 06, 2016 5:41 pm

Donald Trump’s New Finance Chairman Was Big Donor to Hillary Clinton

Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Thursday said his newly appointed national finance chairman, hedge-fund executive Steven Mnuchin, has the “unprecedented experience and expertise” to “ultimately defeat Hillary Clinton” in November.

A review of public records, however, suggests Mr. Mnuchin has spent more than $7,000 in the past trying to do just the opposite.

The Dune Capital Management chief executive has donated $7,400 to Mrs. Clinton’s campaigns since 2000, including the maximum $2,300 to her presidential campaign in 2007. When that campaign failed, he donated the maximum to then-Sen. Barack Obama’s presidential campaign. He hasn’t donated to her 2016 campaign, according to the most recent Federal Election Commission records.

Mr. Mnuchin was named the Trump campaign national finance chair as part of Mr. Trump’s efforts to overhaul his campaign-finance strategy. The real-estate billionaire said he will begin actively raising money for the general-election, a shift from the primary, when about three-quarters of the money he spent came from personal loans.

Mr. Mnuchin has also given to several other Democratic presidential campaigns over the years, including those of John Edwards, John Kerry and Al Gore. The only Republican presidential candidate he has donated to is 2012 nominee Mitt Romney, giving the maximum $2,300 in 2007–when Mr. Romney lost the primary to John McCain–and the maximum $2,500 in 2011. He also gave $22,500 in 2012 to a joint fundraising committee set up by Mr. Romney’s campaign and the Republican National Committee.

Mr. Mnuchin’s donation record comes amid concerns in the Republican Party about Mr. Trump’s conservative credentials. Mr. Trump has also donated to Mrs. Clinton’s campaigns and family foundation, and she attended his wedding in 2005. His history of supporting abortion rights—which he has since reversed—drew frequent criticism from former rival Ted Cruz, who dropped out of the race on Tuesday.

Also likely to draw Republicans’ concern: Mr. Mnuchin has previously worked for a hedge fund founded by George Soros, a Democratic megadonor who has given at least $8 million to super PACs backing Mrs. Clinton this election cycle.

Mr. Mnuchin also worked for Goldman Sachs, a bank whose ties to Mr. Cruz Mr. Trump spent months attacking. “I know the guys at Goldman Sachs. They have total, total control over him. Just like they have total control over Hillary Clinton,” Mr. Trump said at a rally in South Carolina earlier this year. Mr. Cruz had taken out a personal loan from Goldman Sachs to help pay for his 2012 election campaign. Mr. Cruz’s wife, Heidi, also worked for Goldman Sachs before taking a leave of absence for the campaign.
http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2016/05/05/donald-trumps-new-finance-chairman-was-big-donor-to-hillary-clinton/


So obvious... but Americ*nts will still vote those two puppets... :roll:
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Postby kurupetos » Thu Jul 07, 2016 2:45 pm

Don't be afraid... you can comment on this... :mrgreen:
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Postby yialousa1971 » Fri Jul 29, 2016 8:12 pm

kurupetos wrote:
Donald Trump’s New Finance Chairman Was Big Donor to Hillary Clinton

Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Thursday said his newly appointed national finance chairman, hedge-fund executive Steven Mnuchin, has the “unprecedented experience and expertise” to “ultimately defeat Hillary Clinton” in November.

A review of public records, however, suggests Mr. Mnuchin has spent more than $7,000 in the past trying to do just the opposite.

The Dune Capital Management chief executive has donated $7,400 to Mrs. Clinton’s campaigns since 2000, including the maximum $2,300 to her presidential campaign in 2007. When that campaign failed, he donated the maximum to then-Sen. Barack Obama’s presidential campaign. He hasn’t donated to her 2016 campaign, according to the most recent Federal Election Commission records.

Mr. Mnuchin was named the Trump campaign national finance chair as part of Mr. Trump’s efforts to overhaul his campaign-finance strategy. The real-estate billionaire said he will begin actively raising money for the general-election, a shift from the primary, when about three-quarters of the money he spent came from personal loans.

Mr. Mnuchin has also given to several other Democratic presidential campaigns over the years, including those of John Edwards, John Kerry and Al Gore. The only Republican presidential candidate he has donated to is 2012 nominee Mitt Romney, giving the maximum $2,300 in 2007–when Mr. Romney lost the primary to John McCain–and the maximum $2,500 in 2011. He also gave $22,500 in 2012 to a joint fundraising committee set up by Mr. Romney’s campaign and the Republican National Committee.

Mr. Mnuchin’s donation record comes amid concerns in the Republican Party about Mr. Trump’s conservative credentials. Mr. Trump has also donated to Mrs. Clinton’s campaigns and family foundation, and she attended his wedding in 2005. His history of supporting abortion rights—which he has since reversed—drew frequent criticism from former rival Ted Cruz, who dropped out of the race on Tuesday.

Also likely to draw Republicans’ concern: Mr. Mnuchin has previously worked for a hedge fund founded by George Soros, a Democratic megadonor who has given at least $8 million to super PACs backing Mrs. Clinton this election cycle.

Mr. Mnuchin also worked for Goldman Sachs, a bank whose ties to Mr. Cruz Mr. Trump spent months attacking. “I know the guys at Goldman Sachs. They have total, total control over him. Just like they have total control over Hillary Clinton,” Mr. Trump said at a rally in South Carolina earlier this year. Mr. Cruz had taken out a personal loan from Goldman Sachs to help pay for his 2012 election campaign. Mr. Cruz’s wife, Heidi, also worked for Goldman Sachs before taking a leave of absence for the campaign.
http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2016/05/05/donald-trumps-new-finance-chairman-was-big-donor-to-hillary-clinton/


So obvious... but Americ*nts will still vote those two puppets... :roll:


http://mileswmathis.com/trump.pdf

They seem to be everywhere. :roll:
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Re: Zionist games

Postby yialousa1971 » Fri Jul 29, 2016 8:17 pm

kurupetos wrote:Don't be afraid... you can comment on this... :mrgreen:


The animals are scared to say anything as Soros may cut their rations. :twisted:
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Re: Zionist games

Postby kurupetos » Sat Jul 30, 2016 10:27 pm

yialousa1971 wrote:
kurupetos wrote:Don't be afraid... you can comment on this... :mrgreen:


The animals are scared to say anything as Soros may cut their rations. :twisted:

Seems we lost koala for some odd reason... :shock:
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Postby kurupetos » Sat Jul 30, 2016 10:28 pm

yialousa1971 wrote:
http://mileswmathis.com/trump.pdf

They seem to be everywhere. :roll:

It's a win-win for the Zionists... That's why they insist on the fascist 'two-party system'.

The US is probably the least democratic country in the world.
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