Archive for August, 2016

Faux News Should FIRE This Faux News person. AND God Forgive should tRUMP win, the Nation WILL Hold Faux News AND YOU RESPONSIBLE, Faux News person!!!!

Oliver Darcy / Business Insider:

Hannity rants against Glenn Beck, Ted Cruz, and the Never Trump movement: ‘I’ll blame you’ if Clinton wins!  —  Sean Hannity on Tuesday laced into Glenn Beck, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, and the so-called Never Trump movement at large, saying on his radio program that he will hold those who refused …

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Trump loses latest bid to derail university fraud lawsuit

Erik LarsonWashington Post

Donald J. Trump and his now-defunct real-estate university lost another legal attempt to block former students from suing as a group in a California case accusing the Republican presidential candidate of fraud.

Trump University is accused of cheating students by persuading them to pay tens of thousands of dollars for real-estate seminars that turned out to be “infomercials” for buying more classes. The former students also claim workshops were led by instructors who hadn’t been “hand-picked” by Trump as promised.

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel in San Diego on Monday rejected Trump’s argument that one of the lead plaintiffs in the case, Sonny Low, wasn’t actually concerned with whether Trump University was an accredited institution. One of the key claims in the class-action suit is that the students had relied on their belief that the school was accredited when they paid to attend.

The former students from California, New York and Florida seek compensation under consumer-fraud and elder-abuse laws. The case has dogged Trump as he battles Democrat Hillary Clinton ahead of the Nov. 8 general election, while Curiel’s Mexican heritage earlier prompted Trump to say that negative rulings in the case were retribution for his pledge to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico. Curiel has scheduled a trial in the case for Nov. 28.

Curiel said the billionaire’s lawyers were relying on a “selective interpretation” of Low’s deposition, in which the former student said that accreditation “was not even a consideration for me,” according to the ruling. “I went there because it was Trump University, that he created.”

The judge pointed to other portions of the deposition that suggested the former student believed Trump University was legitimate due to its association with Trump, regardless of whether it was accredited. “Besides being a multi-billionaire in real estate, he set up Trump University, which I would presume that he took all the steps necessary to set up a proper institution that he could call a university, with his name next to it,” Low said in the deposition.

Trump’s lawyer in the case, Daniel Petrocelli, didn’t immediately respond to a phone call seeking comment on the ruling.

Trump University’s lawyers have argued that sales pitches touting “secrets” and “hand-picked instructors” are mere “puffery” common to advertising, and that they can’t be used to argue there was fraud. Trump also believed the students were receiving a high-quality education, the defense has said, while arguing there was no intent to defraud anyone.

Trump is also asking Curiel to undo class-action status in a second Trump University class action in San Diego in which the Republican presidential nominee is accused of racketeering.

Copyright © 2016, Chicago Tribune

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Difference Between hILLARY and tRUMP, one of ’em puts on lipstick. Not sure which one tho’..

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pence, hmm. Oh yeah, rhymes with DENSE. One would have to be DENSE to team up with a tRUMP!!


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Pence: Trump is ‘a CEO at work’ on immigration

CNN  – ‎3 hours ago‎
Washington (CNN) Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence insisted Sunday that Donald Trump has been “absolutely consistent” on how he’d treat undocumented immigrants as president and his recent comments on the topic have been that of “a …

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When captured fair trial, conviction, immediate execution islammie style, BEHEADING!!


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2 Nuns Killed in Mississippi; Signs Point to Home Break-In

ABC News  – ‎36 minutes ago‎
Two nuns who worked as nurses and helped the poor in rural Mississippi were found slain in their home, perhaps victims of a break-in and vehicle theft, officials said Thursday.

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You may have read this BUT if not, read the whole article..


What Donald Trump Knew About Undocumented Workers at His Signature Tower

What Donald Trump Knew About Undocumented Workers at His Signature Tower

In the summer of 1980, Donald Trump faced a big problem. For six months, undocumented Polish laborers had been clearing the future site ofTrump Tower, his signature real estate project on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue, where he now lives, maintains his private offices and hosts his presidential campaign.

The men were putting in 12-hour shifts with inadequate safety equipment at subpar wages that their contractor paid sporadically, if at all. A lawyer for many of the Poles demanded that the workers be paid or else he would serve Trump with a lien on the property. One Polish worker even went to Trump’s office to ask him for money in person, according to sworn testimony and a deposition filed under oath in a court case.

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As is typical, stools leave the body via ones anus. Case in point. And it IS a damn good point in THIS case..

Forget the Idiom: the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. 
Julian Routh / Wall Street Journal:

Eric Trump: It Would Be ‘Foolish’ for Donald Trump to Release Tax Returns  —  Candidate’s son warns ‘people who know nothing about taxes’ would scrutinize them  —  Eric Trump said Wednesday it would be “foolish” for his father to release his tax returns and subject them to scrutiny by people who don’t know what they are looking at.

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Top aide: Trump ‘doesn’t hurl personal insults’

Kellyanne Conway was pressed on past statements criticizing Trump’s tone.

Conway took over as Trump’s new campaign manager last week. She had chastised Trump in February, though, for “hurling personal insults” and using “vulgar” language.

“Do I want somebody who hurls personal insults or who goes and talks about philosophical differences?” Conway asked on CNN at the time.

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