Disgraced, Twice Impeached, Former President Joins His Long List Of Campaign And Administration Officials And Advisors As A Convicted Felon

The image displays three newspaper front pages featuring headlines about the conviction of former President Donald Trump. 1. **The Wall Street Journal**: The headline reads "Trump Convicted" with a subheadline stating, "Verdict Shakes Up Presidential Campaign." The date is Friday, May 31. A large photo of Trump looking down with a serious expression accompanies the article. 2. **USA Today Weekend**: The headline reads "Trump Guilty" with a subheadline stating, "Historic verdict: Trump is first former president convicted in a criminal case." The date is Sunday, June 2. The main photo shows Trump in a courtroom, seated and flanked by security personnel. 3. **The New York Times**: The headline reads "Guilty" with a subheadline stating, "Jury Convicts Trump on All 34 Counts." The date is Friday, May 31. A large photo of Trump looking directly at the camera with a stern expression is featured. Each newspaper front page emphasizes the historic nature of the conviction and its potential political ramifications.

Wake the heck up, 🇺🇸. This is the company the dude +40% of you want to give the keys to the country again kept. Crooks hang with crooks.

I don’t know about y’all, but I like candidates for U.S. President who haven’t been convicted of a felony.

Here’s the list of his felonious besties, just in case you want to “do your own research”.

2016 Campaign Officials

  1. Paul Manafort:
    • Role: Former Campaign Chairman
    • Convictions: Tax fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy charges related to money laundering, lobbying violations, and witness tampering.
    • Sentence: 7½ years in prison, later released to home confinement.
  2. Rick Gates:
    • Role: Deputy Campaign Chairman
    • Convictions: Conspiracy against the United States and lying to investigators.
    • Sentence: 45 days in jail and 36 months probation.
  3. Michael Flynn:
    • Role: Former National Security Adviser
    • Convictions: Lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia.
    • Sentence: Initially pleaded guilty, later pardoned by Trump.
  4. George Papadopoulos:
    • Role: Campaign Adviser
    • Convictions: Lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russian officials.
    • Sentence: 14 days in prison.
  5. Roger Stone:
    • Role: Longtime Adviser
    • Convictions: Obstruction of a congressional investigation, making false statements to Congress, and witness tampering.
    • Sentence: 40 months in prison, later commuted by Trump.
  6. Steve Bannon:
    • Role: Former Chief Strategist
    • Convictions: Charged with fraud related to the “We Build the Wall” campaign.
    • Status: Arrested and charged, but not convicted at the time of reporting.

Administration Officials

  1. Michael Cohen:
    • Role: Former Personal Lawyer
    • Convictions: Tax evasion, bank fraud, campaign finance violations related to hush money payments.
    • Sentence: 3 years in prison, later released to home confinement.
  2. George Nader:
    • Role: Informal Adviser on Foreign Policy
    • Convictions: Possessing child pornography and bringing a boy to the United States for sex.
    • Sentence: 10 years in prison.
  3. Tom Barrack:
    • Role: Chair of Trump’s Inaugural Committee
    • Convictions: Charged with acting as an unregistered foreign agent and obstruction of justice.
    • Status: Arrested and charged, but not convicted at the time of reporting.
  4. Allen Weisselberg:
    • Role: Chief Financial Officer of the Trump Organization
    • Convictions: Tax crimes related to perks he received.
    • Status: Pleaded not guilty, but the Trump Organization was also indicted.
  5. Rep. Chris Collins:
    • Role: Early Trump Supporter in Congress
    • Convictions: Securities fraud conspiracy and making false statements.
    • Sentence: 2 years and 2 months in federal prison.
  6. Rep. Duncan Hunter:
    • Role: Early Trump Supporter in Congress
    • Convictions: Misusing $250,000 of campaign funds for personal expenses.
    • Sentence: Pleaded guilty and resigned from his seat.
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6 Comments Disgraced, Twice Impeached, Former President Joins His Long List Of Campaign And Administration Officials And Advisors As A Convicted Felon

  1. c

    Yet another that just accepts the “facts” from the main stream media without engaging their own brain…

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    1. hrbrmstr

      lol. Good thing this blog doesn’t discriminate against idiot commenters. The rest of the readers will get a good chuckle out of ya.

      Reply
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  4. Richard Careaga

    A fairly common practice in stays of sentence pending appeal is to make it conditional on not associating with other felons.

    Reply

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