Posted October 09, 2020 06:01:38A lot of people are calling this article “outrageous.”
Some are saying it is an example of the Trump administration using its power of the purse to go after anyone it deems to be politically incorrect.
The New York Post called it “unacceptable.”
A few others, including the New York Times and The Washington Post, have called it a “scandal.”
But a lot of readers are saying, “This is absolutely not a scandal.”
And here’s what I think.
First of all, this is an article about a woman who went to a wedding that was sponsored by Trump and was a Trump associate.
And I think it’s important to look at this as the president’s wife.
It’s about her being involved in a business deal that was being done for the benefit of the president.
So it’s about what she did for him.
It’s also about how it was a deal, and how she went through the process of vetting it.
The way that the president deals with people is, you know, you don’t say things that are offensive or inappropriate or inappropriate because you think you might offend somebody.
You think you’re going to offend somebody and you’re not going to.
And she did.
And that’s what you need to understand in the context of this situation.
But the article, I think, is a bit unfair.
It says, “the Trump campaign agreed to donate $1 million to the wedding of his first wife, Melania Trump, and her father.”
So it sounds like it’s an actual donation.
It says, but it’s not an actual money donation.
So it says, it was donated to a special fund, and that is not, and I think that’s a bit of a problem.
But it also says, and this is important, that this was done for Trump and for the Trump Foundation.
And this is about a wedding.
The president’s first wife was his first choice.
So they had to go through a whole process of, “Well, she’s a beauty pageant winner, and so is her father.
We’ll just donate to her.
And we’re not saying that it’s inappropriate.”
So the president is giving money to a nonprofit organization that has no political agenda.
I think people should be outraged about that.
But it’s also an interesting example of, you want to understand this story, what kind of person is the Trump campaign and what kind the Trump Organization is, and the money was going to a specific charity that was for the purpose of honoring a woman.
So if you read this, it sounds a bit like the Trump foundation is trying to cover up for a conflict of interest.
It is a nonprofit foundation.
And so the money went to the specific charity.
But the Trump family had no connection to that charity.
So I think what we’re seeing here is the president being very transparent about the details of his relationship with his wife and that kind of thing.
And there are people who have concerns about the way the president treats his wife.
But I think the bigger problem here is that it says that it was done by the Trump company.
So this is a violation of the emoluments clause.
It means the president can’t benefit financially from his own company while he’s the president of the United States.
And if he’s going to make that kind and this kind of money, there should be an ethics code for that.
But what’s happening here is not about the president, but about the company.
And it’s just, I don’t know, the Trump companies’ ethical standards are not very good.
But at least this is what the article says.
It sounds like there was a conflict, but there was no actual conflict.