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DONALD TRUMP RESIGNS AS PRESIDENT
April 1, 2017
Donald Trump has resigned as President of the United States of America.
Speaking today to White House media, Trump said he was stepping down from his position, effective immediately.
The decision means that Trump was President for 69 days, making him the shortest President in terms of days in office …. as well as hand size.
When questioned on the matter of who would take over as President, Trump said his final act was to change the Constitution so that his son would now be given the title of United States President. He said that he modeled this new system on the British Monarchy where the next King just “stays in the family.”
At this stage no official reason has been given for the sudden departure, however, sources close to Trump believe it might have something to do with the poor living standards of the White House.
Sources close to the President have mentioned that Trump often said that the 132 rooms in the White House weren’t enough for all his personalities. On top of this he liked to have one bathroom for each of his 52 toupees – one for each week of the year – the White House only has 35 bathrooms.
In contrast, the Trump Tower, has 339 rooms, easily enough for all of Donald’s personalities and hair pieces.
Happy April Fool’s for tomorrow from the team at Kiwi Kids News.
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In the Friday episode of “Skullduggery,” a Yahoo News podcast, Lawrence Noble, who served for 13 years as the FEC’s general counsel, said Cohen’s statement could “ramp up” pressure on the agency to act — especially if the porn star, who goes by the name Stormy Daniels, now confirms that the payoff was directly linked to her keeping quiet during the election campaign about her alleged past relationship with President Trump.
Listen: Episode 6: Michael Cohen’s ‘stormy’ screwup
“If she comes out and says, ‘They came to me and they said look, the election is in a couple of weeks, and we need you to be quiet before the election, and we don’t want this coming out, then I think the Trump campaign has a real problem,” said Noble, who now serves as chief counsel for the Campaign Legal Center, a watchdog group. “I think they have to be very nervous about that.”
That scenario could well be the case, according to a close friend of Daniels who told Yahoo News about his conversations with her. The porn star’s manager has said that Cohen’s public confirmation of the October 2016 payoff gives her ground to scrap a nondisclosure agreement she signed at the time and speak out publicly.
According to Daniels’s friend, who asked not to be publicly identified because of the potential impact on his business, there was never any question that the purpose of the payment was to buy her silence during the campaign.
“That’s exactly why that transaction took place,” said the friend, who discussed the matter on multiple occasions with Daniels at the time. “She was talking to ‘Good Morning America,’ she was talking to the media — and they paid her to keep her quiet. This was October and November.”
Noble, in his interview with “Skullduggery,” said Cohen’s statement about the matter was inexplicable. Common Cause, citing media reports, had filed a formal complaint with the FEC against the Trump campaign and the Trump Organization, arguing that the payment to Daniels (whose real name is Stephanie Clifford) needed to be investigated as a potential violation of federal election law because it was not publicly reported and was far in excess of the $2,700 limit on individual contributions during a campaign.
But neither Daniels nor the Trump organization had publicly confirmed there was any such payment — until Cohen, the president’s longtime personal lawyer and pit bull defender, issued his statement this week. The statement purported to summarize his lawyer’s formal response to the Common Cause complaint that was submitted to the FEC.
Cohen’s carefully worded statement said: “I used my own personal funds to facilitate a payment of $130,000 to Ms. Stephanie Clifford. Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed me for the payment, either directly or indirectly.”
But Cohen’s statement admitted only that he used his personal funds for facilitating the payment, not the payment itself. The facilitation, Noble said, could simply have been the cost of setting up a Delaware Limited Liability Corporation through which, according to the Wall Street Journal, the payment was made.
Cohen’s statement did not specifically say whether he also made the actual payment, leaving open the possibility that others — Trump himself, a friend, a corporation or even a foreign national — may have put up the funds.
What is striking, according to Noble, is that Cohen said anything publicly at all because he was under obligation to do so.
“Why he went public I don’t know.” Noble said. “If I was his lawyer, I would have told him, ‘Don’t do this.’’
He added at another point: “This may have been a colossal screw up on his part.”
The FEC’s staff is prohibited by law from publicly releasing any responses to its complaints — so Cohen’s lawyer’s retort to the Common Cause complaint would have remained confidential. Moreover, the chances that the FEC would have actually launched a formal investigation — resulting in subpoenas and questioning of witnesses — would have been “slim.” Such a move would have required a vote by all four commissioners — including the two Republicans, who rarely support requests for formal investigations of campaigns.
But if Cohen’s statement prompts Daniels to speak out publicly and dispute his account, then the agency may have no choice then to act.
“I’ve been practicing campaign finance law for 40 years and I never expected to be talking about a president, his lawyer and a porn star,” Noble said on “Skullduggery.” “I don’t remember another case where we had a porn star as a witness.”
These impeachment trials make this mans unethical style look like childs play compared to most of everything he was into before he even started his campaign . For those of you who have forgotten . Above are just a few of his normal behaviors .
Not to mention how he and his circle respond to others that have different views and opinions from his .
They create false news . With a vengeance . Targeting individuals with Defamation , discrediting , slandering , false accusations , Portrays law abiding citizens as being corrupt criminals . Their tactics being so relentless . That his corn fed corporate conglomerate followers . Actually start believing the the lies and propaganda . It works so well that those tactics , some tainted elections and billions of dollars . Got him elected President .
But as President . The abuse of power . The attempts at personal political gain . The manipulation of American and foreign Ambassadors and Politicians . Clearly disrupting positive foreign and US efforts moving forward . Almost seemingly intentionally trying to thwart the fight on corruption . Is all so blatantly obvious to the whole world watching .
His party certainly knows . The ones that are too blind are a joke . But many have got to be embarrassed .
His unapologetic slip of he tongues . Misquotes . Misspelled tweets . Hilarious boasting of fictional accolades . Are at a maturity level below high school . Not of the President representing the greatest nation in the world . Not too many can disagree with that .
If you didn't know how I feel about Donald Trump . Then read this page .
I didn't like him long before all this FACTUAL BASED INFORMATION was available .
And now myself and the rest of the country are no longer subjected to his subliminally suggestive racism and devisiveness . No more lies . 5000 flat out lies are too much for any Country . And the sound of his voice . Nobody likes nails on a chalk board . Lol .
Let's just hope he retires from the REALITY SHOW business .