Jun 11, 2016

The lawsuit against Trump university contributed $600,000 to Hillary Clinton's campaign?

http://video.foxnews.com/v/4936078357001/herman-cain-breaks-down-trump-clinton-presidential-race/?#sp=show-clips

So, why hasn't most of the lame, leaning left mainstream media reported that the law firm that brought the lawsuit against Trump university contributed $600,000 to Hillary Clinton's campaign?

9 comments:

  1. "However, it is also worth noting that the lawsuit was filed in 2013, well before Trump declared he was running for President."

    Said the source referenced in this Fox News article:
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/06/09/trumps-lead-attorney-in-trump-university-suit-donated-to-clinton-campaign.html

    Fox News is lame.

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    1. Being filed in 2013 makes no difference. It shows a bias and something conveniently left out. The media does not know Trump. I lived in Philadelphia, I know many people who have had personal dealings with Trump. He is not a,racist, that is an image fueled by a media with political bias. I do not agree with everything Fox News publishes or their opinions but they are less lame than shameless CNN that defends a woman who could care less about other women, is a self promoting cold, calculating woman, and has lied to the American public over and over again. When the media starts reporting on the Clinton shennanigans, they can claim to be unbiased.

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    2. What improper action are you alleging related to the case, and why do you believe it to be improper?

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    3. How does that make no difference in the context of the campaign? The video in your link is talking about the presidential race? Furthermore, why would the plaintiff not be biased and why does that matter? They ultimately do not make the decision about who's guilty. If the judge or members of the jury were making large campaign contributions to Hillary then there's a problem.

      Your response to my first point was barely coherent, but I still feel compelled to follow up.

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  2. Holling, did you watch the link? Did you read the comments?

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    1. John, your link vacillates between telling me "Access Denied" and showing me a Herman Cain video. If there's something relevant in the Cain 7:34 video, give us the time stamp where Cain addresses Trump University. It would be easier though just to tell me what action you think is improper and why it is improper.

      I read MLugo's link and don't see the issue. To me, it's irrelevant whether a law firm hired to handle a case has contributed to either campaign. The law firm isn't representing the government. If I brought a case against a company, I would happily choose a law firm that has political leanings in line with my own. That's normal.

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  3. MLugo, I am familiar with the compulsions certain liberals have to keep following up until you concede to their view. I don't play that game. Also insults in response and denial, accompany that compulsion. Billary will send the country into the toilet further and continue Obama's legacy. You keep voting D regardless of the candidate. I am voting Trump, I am tired of career politicians. We will never agree. Nothing further to debate.

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  4. I'm a registered republican that refuses to accept Trump into my party; I'm on Romney's side of things. But please keep putting words in my mouth instead of addressing the issue we were debating(straw man fallacy). I'm no fan of Obama, but to say the country is in the toilet is delusional.

    You are thin skinned just like Trump.


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    1. If you are a Romney Republican, enough said. You are the one getting all reactionary and insulting, not me. Romney should have never run for President and Trump is correct in describing him as a loser. We don't need other Republican president or Democrat President from the self procalimed elite. The Romney, Rick Santorum, et al Republicans need to go and take the religious right with them.

      Trump speaks his mind and is not intimidated. He is not fake. The only one thin skinned and selfish are Republicans like you who have helped the Republican party go away from its good values.

      Personally, I am more of an independent than a Republican and by that I do not mean the American independent party. I have always volunteered and been politically active. I have voted for the candidate and sometimes it has been a Democrat. You need to get a life. You keep responding all day on the same tired theme. You must have a lot of time to waste.

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