Trump just launched into a frenzied Twitter attack against the NY Attorney General over today’s lawsuit

Sponsored Links

President Trump just launched into a furious tweetstorm, raging at former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and his replacement Barbara Underwood for daring to bring him to justice for him and his family’s egregious and shameless use of his personal charity, the Donald J. Trump Foundation, as a personal piggy-bank, money-laundering front, tax-evasion vehicle, and bribery dispenser.

Sponsored Links

Mortgage Rates Fall Again. Recalculate Your House Payment in a Few Steps
Quicken Loans
New Interview Outlines: the 1st Money Move You Should Make After Jan 20
Great American Wealth Project
Locate Anyone by Entering Their Name (So Addicting)
www.peoplewhiz.com

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Trump’s smears against the “sleazy” New York Democrats is honestly not too far from the mark; after all, who would know better than Trump since he and his family have been thick with them for decades?

Sponsored Links

Just look at how Democratic District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. received a $10,000 donation from the Trump family and then suddenly decided to drop a criminal case against Don Jr. and Ivanka for serious real estate fraud.

Eric Schneiderman mothballed the Trump Foundation nearly two years ago. The people deserve an answer as to why it took so long for what appears to be an open-and-shut lawsuit to be filed – and why it didn’t happen until after Schneiderman resigned in disgrace for sexual misconduct.

No matter the answer, though, it’s far past time that the President was held accountable for his decades of grift and corruption, and the fact that this lawsuit coincides with Trump’s birthday is just the icing on top of the irony cake.

Between the Mueller investigation, the Stormy Daniels investigation, the emoulements lawsuits, and now the Trump foundation corruption, something has to eventually stick and send the President packing off to prison, where he belongs.

Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

Sponsored Links