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    Anders Hagstrom

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    INBOX: Former President Trump has set up an “Office of the Former President”








    https://twitter.com/ThatEricAlper/st...205429248?s=20

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    WTF? Desperate to stay relevant.

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    THIS is why (to all the idiots saying there's no reason to impeach him now) we can't ever allow him to hold another public office.
    He's still trying to grift using the office and still trying to keep the flames lit under his racist, hate filled, hateful, sewage dwelling followers.

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    i actually joked to friends that he was going to set up an imaginary government-in-exile from mar-a-lago. at least i thought it was a joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mostroop View Post
    THIS is why (to all the idiots saying there's no reason to impeach him now) we can't ever allow him to hold another public office.
    He's still trying to grift using the office and still trying to keep the flames lit under his racist, hate filled, hateful, sewage dwelling followers.
    And also why the media has to stop giving him any coverage whatsoever. Every other president has left office and entered into some sort of seclusion to acknowledge a new president was in charge. But of course we are talking about a malignant narcissist so I know that’s impossible for him to do. He has to suck the oxygen out of every room.
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    I thought that he would go to jail after his immunity is over now... what happened and why is he still free ranging?
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    I kept hearing that the NYC lawyers would be swooping down on him the minute he left office.

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    Everyone with common sense can see beneath the bravado how pathetic he is. He's lashing out because he's a loser and we all know that the emperor has no clothes.
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    He wants to remind everyone that he's not a loser; he's the "Former President of the United States." Plus it'll give his supporters someplace to go when they are in the area rather than hanging around Mar-a-Lago with their guns and beards.
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    i just LOVE his irrelevance. It's such a good feeling to know that he is over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lofty Bike View Post
    I thought that he would go to jail after his immunity is over now... what happened and why is he still free ranging?
    There are some ongoing investigations, but it wasn't like people were sitting around with arrest warrants. In order to complete an investigation and bring an indictment, I believe that NYC still needs to have his tax records to see how he recognized the value of properties for tax purposes vs. loan declarations. He used the executive office to refuse to send tax records to NYC, and executive privilege (and stuff about co-equal branches of government) to fight off sending tax records to Congress.

    I think the most important thing that can happen at this point is to make sure all of the agencies get competent, independent inspector generals back. The IG's can investigate operations that occurred over the last 4 years, and prepare reports and possibly indictments based on what they find.

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    Loser.
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    Palm Beach Conducting ‘Legal Review’ Of Trump’s Use Of Mar-A-Lago As A Residence

    On Wednesday, the former president will again violate the seven-consecutive-day limit he agreed to as a condition of turning the residence into a club.

    The town of Palm Beach, Florida, is reviewing Donald Trump’s use of his Mar-a-Lago Club as a residence, even as the former president is set to once again violate a length-of-stay provision he himself agreed to three decades ago.

    At 11:32 a.m. Wednesday, Trump will have been at his property for more than seven consecutive days in 2021, having arrived a week earlier, half an hour before his successor, Joe Biden, was sworn in at the U.S. Capitol.

    A 1993 “special exception use” permit that Trump signed, allowing him to convert the mansion into a for-profit social club, stipulated that only 10 guest accommodations were allowed, and that no one would stay there longer than seven days, and not more than three times a year.

    Palm Beach Town Manager Kirk Blouin told HuffPost that Trump’s apparent decision to live there permanently is being examined by the town’s lawyer. “This matter is under legal review by our Town Attorney, John ‘Skip’ Randolph,” Blouin said, adding that the matter may come before the town council at its Feb. 8 meeting.

    Randolph confirmed that he is reviewing the issue, but said he has not made any preliminary findings.

    The Trump Organization ― Trump’s family business that operates Mar-a-Lago, his golf courses, his hotels and his various other properties ― said in a statement: “There is absolutely no document or agreement in place that prohibits President Trump from using Mar-a-Lago as his residence.”

    The twice-impeached former president bought the winter estate in 1985. By 1993, facing financial problems after driving his casinos into bankruptcy, he was having trouble affording the upkeep on the 118-room mansion. The town agreed to let him convert it into a social club so long as Trump agreed to a host of restrictions, one of which was not to let it become a hotel or subdivided residences.

    “The use of guest suites shall be limited to a maximum of three (3) non-consecutive seven (7) day periods by any one member during the year,” the Aug. 10, 1993, agreement reads.

    Yet even before he became president, Trump was routinely violating that promise, according to his former lawyer Michael Cohen ― who served federal prison time for, among other things, arranging secret hush money payments just ahead of the 2016 election to women who’d had affairs with Trump.

    “He cannot reside in Mar-a-Lago as a full-time permanent resident,” Cohen said Tuesday. “Now, he can go there every day. It’s his club.”

    Nevertheless, Trump violated the seven-day limit three times during his four years in office, according to a HuffPost review of his travel schedule. In 2020, Trump had an eight-day stay there. In 2019, he had a 16-day stay, and in 2017, a 10-day stay.

    It is unclear how the three-visit limit was meant to be interpreted, but Trump visited 10 times in 2017 for a total of 31 nights, eight times in 2018 for 24 nights, eight times in 2019 for 31 nights, and five times in 2020, staying 20 nights.

    Precisely why Trump insists on living at Mar-a-Lago in violation of his agreement is also unclear. He owns three houses in the immediate proximity of the resort: a 10,000-square-foot oceanfront home at 1125 South Ocean Blvd., just north of Mar-a-Lago’s beach club, which he bought from his sister Maryanne Trump Barry in 2018 for $18.5 million; a 6,000-square-foot house across the street at 1094 South Ocean Blvd., worth $10.4 million; and a 3,000-square-foot house just to its west at 124 Woodbridge Road, worth $3.3 million.

    According to his 2020 financial disclosure, Trump was earning rental income from all three properties.

    CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story identified Kirk Blouin as the mayor of Palm Beach. He is the town manager.

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    Oooh look! Q-Anon supporter turned informer when his own liberty was challenged.


    NEWS
    30/01/2021 09:54 GMT
    Horned Viking 'Shaman' Who Stormed Capitol Now Willing To Testify Against Trump
    Jacob Chansley, who was "smitten" with Trump, believes he was following the former president's orders when he stormed the Capitol, according to his attorney.


    The Capitol rioter decked out in a fur hat with horns is now willing to testify against his former hero Donald Trump at the former president’s impeachment trial, according to his lawyer.

    Jacob Chansley of Arizona, who calls himself the “QAnon Shaman,” feels that he has been “betrayed” by Trump, who failed to pardon him and others who attacked the Capitol, said attorney Al Watkins, The Associated Press reported.


    Watkins said in a statement Thursday that Chansley is willing to discuss “whether the words of former President Trump were understood by Mr. Chansley to be nothing short of an invitation to go to the Capitol with the president to fight like hell,” the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.

    Chansley — also known as Jake Angeli — had been “horrendously smitten” with Trump, and believed he was following the then-president’s orders in the insurrection at the Capitol, Watkins explained.

    Watkins said he hasn’t yet spoken to any member in the Senate since announcing his offer Thursday.

    Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate is set to begin the week of Feb 8. Testimony from someone like Chansley, who believes he was following orders, could be critical in determining if Trump is guilty of the “incitement of insurrection” article of impeachment that was filed against him by the House.

    Chansley told investigators he came to the Capitol “at the request of the president that all ‘patriots’ come to D.C. on January 6,” according to court records.

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    I’m horrendously smitten with Jacob crawling back under the rock from whence he came
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