It is time to call a spade a spade, or in this case a crook a crook. Trump bragged about buying politicians earlier in his campaign.
“I was a businessman. I give to everybody. When they call, I give. And you know what? When I need something from them, two years later, three years later, I call them, and they are there for me.”
Now he has been caught, the coincidences of the illegal contribution from the Trump Foundation to the Bondi campaign are just to great to ignore. Shortly after sending the $25,000 contribution to Bondi, she just happens to halt the pursuit of Trump University. I wonder how many other instances of actions against Trump or one of his companies can be traced to timely contributions?
This isn't the first time Trump skirted the law and has been caught with his hand in the proverbial cookie jar. During his time as a casino owner he routinely used the hairy edges of the law by secretly backing attack ads against the Mohawk Tribe when the tribe was establishing a casino that would compete against his own in nearby Atlantic City.
Immigration laws have been circumvented on a routine basis by the Trump Modeling agency and now apparently his own immigrant wife.
The Trump campaign has violated campaign finance law by openly soliciting foreign donations, and now his expenditures on the use of Trump assets is coming under fire as well.
If you throw in Trump University, Trump Institute, and a host of other Trump projects you start to compile quite a list of unscrupulous dealings. The shameful thing is that since he is a recent candidate we are just beginning to scratch the surface of his ties and illegal activities.