Who is Donald Trump?

“Tell me who your friends are, and I will tell you who you are.”Do you agree with the saying “Show me who your friends are, and I'll tell you who you are”? - Quora

It is said in many languages and by many cultures.

In answer to the question, “Who is Donald Trump”?, here are a few of Trump’s friends and associates:

Alexander Acosta: Resigned as U.S. Attorney amid scandal of non-prosecution deal for Jeffrey Epstein.

Steve Bannon: Charged with fraud against Republican donors

Rod Blagojevich: Found guilty of soliciting bribes to occupy a U.S. Senate seat

Michael Cohen: Pleaded guilty to making “hush money” payments to women Trump cheated with. Also, pleaded guilty to lying to Congress.

Chris Collins: Pleaded guilty to securities fraudMexican Proverb: Tell me who your friends are and I'll tell you who you are. | Mexican quotes, Mexican proverb, Proverbs

Jeffrey Epstein: Accused of sex trafficking of underage girls

Michael Flynn: Pleaded guilty of lying to the FBI.

Rick Gates: Pleaded guilty of lying to Congress and conspiracy against the United States.

Duncan Hunter: Pleaded guilty to using campaign funds to pay personal expenses.

Bob Kraft: Soliciting for prostitution

Paul Manafort: Found guilty by a jury for bank and tax fraud. Pleaded guilty to conspiracy, money laundering, witness tampering, and illegal lobbying.Tell me who your friends are and I'll tell you who you are... | Character quotes, Words quotes, Quotable quotes

George Nader: Found guilty of money laundering, lobbying violations and witness tampering. Found guilty of child pornography and transporting a minor for sex.

Timothy Nolan: Pleaded guilty to 19 counts of child sex trafficking and human trafficking;

George Papadopoulos: Pleaded guilty to lying to Congress

Sam Patten: Pleaded guilty to paying foreign money Trump’s inaugural committee

Tom Price: Resigned as head of HHS amid scandals over personal use of military planes

Scott Pruitt: Resigned as administrator of EPA amid scandals regarding excessive spending and conflicts of interest

Tony Salerno: Mobster frontmanShow me your friends...an... | Quotes & Writings by ÄrìTrå ChãKråbörty |  YourQuote

Ralph Shortey: Convicted of solicitation of prostitution with a minor male.

Felix Slater: Russian American mobster, convicted of assault, fraud

Roger Stone: Convicted by jury trial of seven criminal counts of obstruction of a congressional investigation, five counts of lying to Congress, plus witness tampering.

Salvatore Testa: Mobster hitman murdered by the mob

Alex van der Zwaan: Pleaded guilty of lying to investigators, violating foreign lobbying laws and evading taxes

In addition, there was:Hazrat Ali Quotes: Tell me who your friends are, and I'll tell you who are you. -Imam Ali (AS)

Trump Foundation:  Trump paid $2 million to settle charges of misusing foundation funds for his business/political purposes.

Trump University: Trump paid $25 million to settle two class actions alleging fraud.

Finally, there is ongoing nepotism and too many violations of the Hatch Act (outlaws political activity by civil service employees) to list.


Rodger Malcolm Mitchell

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The most important problems in economics involve:

Ten Steps To Prosperity:

  1. Eliminate FICA
  2. Federally funded Medicare — parts A, B & D, plus long-term care — for everyone
  3. Social Security for all or a reverse income tax
  4. Free education (including post-grad) for everyone
  5. Salary for attending school
  6. Eliminate federal taxes on business
  7. Increase the standard income tax deduction, annually. 
  8. Tax the very rich (the “.1%”) more, with higher progressive tax rates on all forms of income.
  9. Federal ownership of all banks
  10. Increase federal spending on the myriad initiatives that benefit America’s 99.9% 

The Ten Steps will grow the economy and narrow the income/wealth/power Gap between the rich and the rest.


3 thoughts on “Who is Donald Trump?

  1. I don’t know enough about all the topics you have listed however eliminating taxes is a bad idea, in fact it’s a terrible idea. The tax system is put in place to tax salaries to provide services to the people that use them. Where people, in general, do not wish to pay tax is usually when they see their income on the bank statement and they see the amount of tax on the statement on on their annual return.

    In my convoluted opinion its way more conducive to incorporate a system to reduce the visibility of the tax burden on the consumer. Tax is a government or private company receipt from consumers and should not be shown to consumers because no one that I know or have see likes to know how much tax or more tax they are paying, sure people brag about how much tax they pay as that indicates the bracket into which they are earning. The first thing I think when receiving a lot of money is, How much tax do I have to pay and when do I have to pay it and the calculation should not fall on the consumer unless you want each consumer to be a there own mini tax entity in which they regulate there own taxes which would, in essence, be like creating another market over consumer incomes which is sort of just another type of tax. ou can tax horizontally on consumption or vertically, Ie on the total amount earned or latterally accross different consuption functions.

    Most people are not that affected by specific taxes on certain items of whatever they are buying if they are not aware of the tax increment, however I think most of the tax information is public knowledge.

    Free education is also not a great Idea, It sounds great when you have parents or nonprofits, corporations with huge outlays on capital expenditure on student scholarships or student loans, however, in my opinion, the focus should be more on the catchment mechanism of how the student affords to pay the loan received to the institution which lent it.

    As the likelihood of receiving a student loan is much higher than the likelihood of the student finding the job which earns the income necessary to wind in the student loan deficit and that is where there is room to manipulate the consumption mechanism as the student requirements with regards to tangible assets as students don’t require homeownership however do require clothes, technology products and the occasional holiday or access to recreational activities deemed appropriate.

    The stretch of those activities is near the boats and planes and festivals capital outlay as who decides which students get to do those activities? the budget, skills, or talents? The faculty? Most Universities are happy to take students because they want the funding from the fees to pay the lecturers the salaries and the other staff, maintain the buildings, upgrade and improve classrooms and lecture halls. The key areas which require the most capital intensive focus is on continuous upgrading technologies and standardizing the student requirements.

    There are lots of companies however the real unemployment rate without having looked at the figures just going on my own attempts at seeking employment is much higher than what it looks like, In my opinion, there should not be a job advertised which is not filled. So every company puts an advertisement out that is not filled should be paying that salary into an empty bank account labeled for that position or doing something to remove positions as its creating confusion.

    There are so many applicants to jobs and jobs cropping up all over the place but never say who was hired into the position you applied for, there’s no profile with the applicant’s skills sent to you. There a notice or sob story which usually reflects the current status of the business and how currency works is that most industries are sales and human resource-driven to create revenue so even though the company requires specific types of skills theres still a model client and the focus should be more on modeling clients in a sustainable way.

    There is almost no protection on the earnings of clients and there is no guarantee of a job when students graduate from varsity, which makes everyone who knows anything about studying want to study further, so the certification or labeling of the candidate is by levels of qualifications basically like a reinforced tunnel of earning potential. Then the companies try to keep the talent pool narrow, however, there’s so much enforcement with regards to discrimination that the human resource function starts to depreciate in a lot of organizations, and then they argue to upper management that they very strict on hiring because there are so many candidates.

    So there are a few flaws in the design mechanisms which relies on capital inflows from consumers which are not banks or entities which create or print money which is basically a leak in the monetary model and that is where the creation of the decentralized banking system started to try and create another financial market however there is still a process where value needs to be added and hence a market created, I think it’s very important to try and look into the different types of subsidies to manage basic human requirements with regards to consumption and further controls to regulate the actual consumption so that the population does not look overfed and understimulated while having extra children to finance uncomplicated monetary systems with little mobility.

    Population control is a huge factor as its fine in my opinion if the lawyers and actuaries are having lots of children or people who can afford to have lots of children who are inherently smart however if you going into less developed areas or parts of the world and the populations are breeding, its just creating extra mouths to feed, and while it looks great on the cashflows of corporations which own the supply chain of the human consumers.

    If you actually live in that society and there’s 100′ and 1000’s of obese unhealthy, or even skinny unhealthy with no resources, its a recipe for disaster. so then you have all these large nongovernment sponsored organizations who are sponsored by the companies which control the supply chain going into these populations and trying to fix things and making the situation worse.

    With regards to the 1%, after you have a big house or several big houses in different countries and you have enough to send your five at the most children to the most expensive Ivy League schools and universities and there is a saving function for each of the tangible and non-tangible requirements and there are five businesses or offices and your ten or so trading accounts are topped up, the government should take the rest of the income.

    Understandably it becomes difficult if the companies human resource functions are in the 1000’s or 10000’s as there are salary bill requirements and the revenues are good chartering tools for strategic objectives however there needs to be disambiguation between the needs and requirements of those types of organizations and trying to cap the inflows of people and the outflows of capital.

    The biggest issue, in my opinion, is having a planet full of poor, unhappy, overweight, uneducated, starving populations because the supply chains demand human resource consumers to use there products and services going.

    Then things like expenses which cannot be controlled with regards to consumer use, for example, rates and electricity, food. Those types of things cannot be made free however they are still costs and there’s variability across economies. So solar panels or green energy is a fantastic alternative to nuclear power stations. however, trying to find an implementation point on blocks of flats which have already been built.

    My biggest complaints in life are more to do with the quality of living, eating out, entertainment, food consumption quality and planning as well as room setups, views from the property I have stayed in, I have never had an issue with the quality of friends but I have always had obese people and only recently notice the subtle attraction of overweight people in groups.

    Salary slips. Lots of people love to tell me how much they earn if it’s a little or a lot more than me and very secretive if the salary is much higher. People also like to complain in general depending on the area and the industry. Buildings are also not very attractive and are easily made dirty. It would be nice if there was a way of making the built environment more aesthetically pleasing. More with regards to cities already established than new cities which already have swathes of architects building the modern types of cityscapes.

    I can safely say that it feels like I have little to no friends, I have lots of faces of people I used to know and acquaintances and lists of names of people.

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