Saturday, June 5, 2021

Trump Working In NYC Once A Week

Trump Travels from New Jersey to New York City, at least Once a Week, to work mostly Alone, at Trump Towers, without Attracting much Attention.

He is currently Residing at the Trump National Golf Club, in Bedminster, New Jersey, for the Summer.

Many of Trump's Longtime Employees are No longer at the Company and Family Members are mostly still in Florida or different Locales.

Trump mostly works Alone with Two Assistants and a Small amount of Body men.

Trump's Political Operation has dwindled to a Ragtag Team of former Advisers who are still on his Payroll, similar to the Group that helped him win in 2016.

However, most of them go days or weeks without Interacting with Trump In-Person.

With control of the Republican Party still in his mind, Trump continues to issue Political Endorsements as he mulls a potential 2024 Presidential Campaign.

Trump is seemingly Downplaying his serious Legal woes. New York City Prosecutors recently convened a Grand Jury to investigate whether the Trump Organization Committed Financial Crimes and the New York Attorney General's Office is also conducting Criminal Investigations into the Organization and its Chief Financial Officer, Allen Weisselberg.

"This is a continuation of the greatest Witch Hunt in American history," Trump said in a Statement last month. "It began the day I came down the escalator in Trump Tower, and it's never stopped. They wasted two years and $48 million in taxpayer dollars on Mueller and Russia Russia Russia, Impeachment Hoax #1, Impeachment Hoax #2, and it continues to this day, with illegally leaked confidential information."

Other Open Court Cases:

1) E. Jean Carroll's Defamation Lawsuit. Days before the 2020 Election, a Federal Judge Rejected an Attempt by Trump, Represented by Department of Justice (DOJ) Lawyers, to effectively Dismiss a Case brought by Carroll Alleging that Trump had Raped her in the 1990s. He Denied her Allegation, saying, "She's not my type." The Case is now Proceeding through the Federal Court System.

2) Summer Zervos' Defamation Lawsuit. Zervos, a former Contestant on "The Apprentice," Sued Trump back in 2017, arguing that in his Denial of her Allegation that he had Sexually Assaulted her in 2007, he had Defamed her and Subjected her to Harassment. Trump Lost a Bid to Dismiss the Case in late 2019, and in March 2020, an Appeals Court in New York Rejected Trump's latest Appeal, meaning that the Proceeding will now go before a Trial Court.

3) Mary Trump's Lawsuit. The Niece of the President, and the Author of the Scathing Bestseller "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man", Sued Trump in September 2020, Alleging that he, his Sister, and his late Brother had Committed Fraud to keep her from getting her Fair Share of the Estate of Trump's Father, Fred Sr.

4) Judge Allows Fraud Suit against Trump, Kids, and Company to Proceed. A Federal Judge Allowed a Federal Lawsuit accusing Trump, his Three Eldest Children, and his Company, of Collaborating with a Fraudulent Marketing Scheme to Prey on Investors to Proceed, Denying the Trumps' Request for a Stay.

The Lawsuit, originally filed in October 2018 and Amended a few months later, alleges that in Exchange for "Secret" Payments, Trump his Three Adult Children used his former Reality TV show "The Celebrity Apprentice" and other Promotional Events as Vehicles to Boost ACN Opportunity, a Telecommunications Marketing Company Linked to a Nonprofit that used Trump's Brand to Appeal to Teens. The Lawsuit also Accuses the Trumps of having Profited off the Poor and Vulnerable, as People looking "to enrich themselves by systematically defrauding economically marginalized people looking to invest in their educations, start their own small business, and pursue the American dream."

"Weighing the two 'most critical' factors -- likelihood of success on the merits and irreparable harm -- against each other, any prejudice that Defendants and ACN may suffer from proceeding with the litigation during the pendency of the appeal does not outweigh the strong likelihood that Defendants and ACN will not succeed on appeal," U.S. District Court Judge, Lorna Schofield, wrote in her Opinion.

Four Anonymous Plaintiffs brought the Suit, including what Court Papers describe as a Hospice caregiver, a Self-Employed Man, who was once Homeless, and a Food Delivery Driver. The Trumps "deliberately misled" Consumers about the likely Success of their Investments, the Suit claims, and Engaged in "a pattern of racketeering activity." The Suit is being Funded by the Nonprofit Tesseract Research Center, which has Ties to Democratic Candidates.

Four of those Investors live in New York and a Federal Judge has decided to take their Case.

Aside from those myriad Legal Problems is the Question of whether Trump could be Charged with Obstruction-of-Justice for his Attempts to Impede and Inhibit the Mueller Investigation. In a Back-and-Forth during Congressional Testimony in July 2019, Mueller suggested that he Believed Trump could be Charged once he Left Office.

Now, it's Not at all Clear whether Trump himself Faces Direct Legal Peril from Any of these Investigations. And, if Past is Prologue, Trump will use every Means at his Disposal to Slow Down the Legal Proceedings and Muddy the Waters in Terms of Public Perception.

NYC Wins When Everyone Can Vote! Michael H. Drucker

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