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Msg  20003 of 20795  at  11/17/2019 11:36:22 AM  by

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Re: C/S TCTH SUN...george webb

  SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

Why would you trust Mulvaney but not Pompeo? Mulvaney was a typical weak GOP rep, advocating for R’s to learn spanish and other bull, before Trump used him in this position.

The skill of Trump is to use certain people at certain times for certain tasks. And when they are not needed in that function anymore he let’s them go.

Most people don’t see that and then come to the conclusion that hires like Tillerson, Priebus etc. are grave mistakes. They all had their function.

Of course 99% of the commentators here would be more trustable but they would not be able to execute anything Trump wants to happen.

 
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Yesterday Pete Buttigieg put out a list of 400 Black South Carolinians that endorse him/his plan.

-A lot of the people are confused because they didn’t endorse.

-42 percent of the list is white.

-They used stock photos from Kenya.

Yet we have heard nothing from his campaign.

https://twitter.com/ryangrim/status/1195375842358108168?s=21 

 
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wightmanfarm says:

Too bad the city where he is mayor is such a mess.

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Mayor Pete did this for the same reason Deval P. jumped into the race – aside from the possibility of them getting on the “down low” together – and that’s that the democrats see thinking persons of color no longer just walking away from the democrat party, but that they have now broken into a full sprint.

Nice!

 
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Zephyrbreeze says:

I missed this in the news. Instead this comes from George Webb, Oct 30, 2019:

“Alex Vindman also has an older brother named Leonid Simon Vindman.

Leonid Simon Vindman is the “Founder and Managing Partner, Tungsten Capital Advisors” and “has approximately thirty years of experience in the financial markets,” his company website states.

“During the past twenty five years, he has been focusing predominantly on Central Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia where he completed some of the biggest investment and advisory transactions in the region,” according to the website. “He also completed transactions in the Middle East, and traveled extensively in Asia and Africa.”

“The page continues: “Prior to founding Tungsten he was a Managing Director responsible for investment banking origination and client coverage activities for Russia and CIS region at UniCredit Group – the largest international bank in Central and Eastern Europe at that time. Previously he worked as a Vice President Investment Banking at JPMorgan Chase, Principal Banker at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the EBRD), Senior Associate at Bankers Trust and Manager at Central Europe Trust.”

“The bank handled billions of dollars in illegal and non-transparent transactions to clients in sanctioned countries including Cuba, Iran, Libya, Myanmar and Sudan, according to New York’s Department of Financial Services, which fined UniCredit $405 million as part of the settlement. The U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, the Treasury Department, the New York branch of the Federal Reserve Bank and the New York district attorney’s office also took part in the settlement.

“Leonid Vindman “received his Bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth Graduate School of Business,” his company website says.

“The company’s founding and managing partner Maria Starkova-Vindman is described as “an art historian and art advisor” who previously “worked at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow as an assistant keeper and curator, and taught on the Courtauld MA course on global contemporary art.”

“UniCredit SpA’s German banking unit pleaded guilty to U.S. charges that it allowed Iranian customers to conduct transactions in violation of sanctions.

“The bank will pay $1.3 billion as part of its settlement with several U.S. regulators, and its Austrian unit will enter into a deferred-prosecution agreement. The German business, HypoVereinsbank, will also enter a guilty plea in Manhattan to a state-level charge of violating books-and-records.

“The bank handled billions of dollars in illegal and non-transparent transactions to clients in sanctioned countries including Cuba, Iran, Libya, Myanmar and Sudan, according to New York’s Department of Financial Services, which fined UniCredit $405 million as part of the settlement. The U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, the Treasury Department, the New York branch of the Federal Reserve Bank and the New York district attorney’s office also took part in the settlement.”

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