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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Hey CNNPT, is it true what I heard ... that Jim Acosta's press pass is ready, and that he has been offered the opportunity to pick it up personally from the Saudi Consulate in Turkey?Hug

No, I am sure Trump would love to set his Saudi butcher mates onto him,  but I hear that at the next press conference everyone else will walk out of the room leaving Acosta there by himself to get every question.Wink

Any bookies setting odds for that?

They are cannibals, you know that!

If it did happen, I think he still only gets one question - could be a real quick press conference!Big smile
In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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Donald has done well to overcome the savage dog pack mentality of this sick world .     He was still POTUS this morning.

    So many on TBV have hot info lines ,   The predictions delivered so far, have been 2 years of nothing .      
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Originally posted by marble marble wrote:

just saw donald on the news visiting the devastated areas of California. During the interview he mistakenly called Paradise," Pleasant" twice before someone gave him a nudge. Is he careless, thick or losing it?  He can barely put 2 words together without an autocue

... oh the irony. Clap
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Donald has done well to overcome the savage dog pack mentality of this sick world .     He was still POTUS this morning.

    So many on TBV have hot info lines ,   The predictions delivered so far, have been 2 years of nothing .      

Remain patient macca, I'm certain you ARE next in line ... none of those other pretty boys fit Melania's "type".Wink
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Over 3500 court cases. He refuses to pay or settle and wears people down with costs.


That's a first , any evidence .?

Harvey Norman does similar world wide ( Jerry Harvey )
They only sell the business / franchise . It is up to the buyers to run them successfully.
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Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Originally posted by maccamax maccamax wrote:

Donald has done well to overcome the savage dog pack mentality of this sick world .     He was still POTUS this morning.

    So many on TBV have hot info lines ,   The predictions delivered so far, have been 2 years of nothing .      

Remain patient macca, I'm certain you ARE next in line ... none of those other pretty boys fit Melania's "type".Wink



I know Doc , it is ALL about patience .

Donald and I are playing the famous TING game .

He's RooTING
I'm WaiTING
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Originally posted by maccamax maccamax wrote:

Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Over 3500 court cases. He refuses to pay or settle and wears people down with costs.


That's a first , any evidence .?

Harvey Norman does similar world wide ( Jerry Harvey )
They only sell the business / franchise . It is up to the buyers to run them successfully.

No maxie, very well known.


An analysis by USA Today published in June 2016 found that over the previous three decades, United States president Donald Trump and his businesses have been involved in 3,500 legal cases in U.S. federal courts and state court, an unprecedented number for a U.S. presidential candidate.[1] Of the 3,500 suits, Trump or one of his companies were plaintiffs in 1,900; defendants in 1,450; and bankruptcy, third party, or other in 150.[1] Trump was named in at least 169 suits in federal court.[2] Over 150 other cases were in the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida(covering Broward County, Florida) since 1983.[3] In about 500 cases, judges dismissed plaintiffs' claims against Trump. In hundreds more, cases ended with the available public record unclear about the resolution.[1] Where there was a clear resolution, Trump won 451 times, and lost 38.[4]

The topics of the legal cases include contract disputes, defamation claims, and allegations of sexual harassment. Trump's companies have been involved in more than 100 tax disputes, and on "at least three dozen" occasions the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance has obtained tax liens against Trump properties for nonpayment of taxes.[1] On a number of occasions, Trump has threatened legal action but did not ultimately follow through.[5]

Of Trump's involvement in the lawsuits, his lawyer Alan Garten said in 2015 that this was "a natural part of doing business in [the United States]",[5][6] and in the real estate industry, litigation to enforce contracts and resolve business disputes is indeed common.[5] Trump has, however, been involved in far more litigation than fellow real-estate magnates; the USA Today analysis in 2016 found that Trump had been involved in legal disputes more than Edward J. DeBartolo Jr.Donald BrenStephen M. RossSam Zell, and Larry Silverstein combined.[1]

The Trump lawsuits[5][6] have attracted criticism from Trump's opponents, who say that this is not a trait that conservatives should support.[5]James Copland, director of legal policy at the conservative-leaning Manhattan Institute, states that "Trump clearly has an affinity for filing lawsuits, partly because he owns a lot of businesses" and has sometimes used litigation as a "bullying tactic".[5]

Although Trump has said that he "never" settles legal claims, Trump and his businesses have settled with plaintiffs in at least 100 cases (mostly involving personal injury claims arising from injuries at Trump properties), with settlements ranging as high as hundreds of thousands of U.S. dollars[1] and recently as high as tens of millions of dollars.[7]

Among the most well-known Trump legal cases was the Trump University litigation. Three legal actions were brought alleging fraud, one by the New York State Attorney General and the others by class action plaintiffs.[8] In November 2016, Trump agreed to pay $25 million to settle the litigation.[7]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_affairs_of_Donald_Trump

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