(1) So "Where is Hunter?' was finally revealed in his Sunday interview.
Watching, it was all to obvious he had been cloistered with drama coaches learning his lines written by a plethora of lawyers and media consultants.With the well rehearsed aw shucks I probably did exercise poor judgment, but I would never intentionally do anything immoral.
I'm sure if he could his brother would chime in from the reaches of heaven in agreement to his moral fiber.
(5) What once was unvieled graft during the era of Tammany Hall politics, thick envelopes with wads of greenbacks handed off in smokey backrooms now is dressed in the guise of book deals, speaking fees, foundation contributuions, counsultancies, appointment to corporate boards. Yet in it's heart an soul it's the same old Tammany Hall political graft.
(3) That just means they'll tuck poor Hunter into one of the old established K street offices or a foundation similat to the Clinton foundation which in modern times are nothing more the monatery holding pens for political operatives that serve politician currently out of power or to stash errant relatives so they can't further emmbarrase the political Patriarch.
(2) Hewing firmly to the assertion, regardless of any goofy golf foursome photograph, that he never discussed Burisma with good old dad, he, as a well coached actor, pivoted in comparing his boyish error even though he made clear he was a lawyer at a TOP Washington law firm to the clearly apparent intentional use of office for personal gain of the Trump clan.
Gallantly he then promised to recuse himself from profitting from political office on the off chance dad did get elected.
One must consider that Trump's draining the swamp isn't just about politicians, K Street lobbyists and MSM, It also impacts law firms.
Skadden in 2015 took in 2.41 Billion in revenue. In the CEO's own words the firms success is built on heightened specialization, fueled by increased government intervention and the complexities of increased globalization. For these needs, clients will turn to a law firm with a global platform
Patrick B. Fitzgerald, former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois; as special counsel for the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Special Counsel, the federal prosecutor in charge of the investigation of the Valerie Plame Affair
Fred T. Goldberg, Jr., commissioner of Internal Revenue 1989–92, Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy in the United States Department of the Treasury in 1992
Skadden seems to have some interesting partners.
Notable partners are:
Gregory B. Craig, former White House counsel to President Barack Obama
Judge Stephen C. Robinson, former federal district court judge sitting in the U.S. District Court for the SDNY; former U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut
Having seen that I Googled Skadden and Clintons and this link topped the list
Interesting that the same Law firm that was fined for failure to register as a foreign agent under the Foreign Agent Registrations Act in the case of Manafort and the Ukrainian government is the same law firm that was Activision Blizzard’s legal council for the Transformative Purchase of Shares from Vivendi and New Capital Structure.
The same Blizzard that kowtowed to China
Rep. Jim Jordan comments
Minneapolis Rally Live Feed
Congressman Michael McCaul (R-TX), Lead Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee (HFAC), sent a letter to Chairman Eliot Engel (D-NY) raising serious concerns about the ongoing impeachment process
Mitt Romney adviser sits on Burisma board of directors. What a coincident.
Kamala Harris’s letter is little more than political posturing. Her posturing is particularly rich, given the way she used government power as California’s attorney general to silence David Daleiden, the “whistleblower,” if you will, behind the sting videos revealing Planned Parenthood’s trafficking in baby body parts.
by Stephen Green
Retired Engineer Expat in Lima Peru.
Life Long Independent
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