Donald Trump’s finances are the red line that he has always said cannot be crossed. Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) was among the first to call for POTUS’ impeachment. He called her “an extraordinarily low IQ person,” but paybacks are hell. She is the chair of the powerful House Financial Services Committee and has subpoenaed his financial records. Yet, Trump’s life is about to get much worse.
In a factual revealing book about Donald Trump’s second year in office, Siege: Trump Under Fire, Michael Wolff wrote that Special Counsel Robert Mueller had drawn up an obstruction indictment against Trump. However, a Mueller spokesman denied that.
Wolff also wrote that former White House adviser Steve Bannon said the Trump Organization was actually a “criminal entity (and he was) not the billionaire he said he was, just another scumbag,” according to The Guardian.
Looking at Trump through Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, Wolff wrote:
‘Trump was vulnerable because for 40 years he had run what increasingly seemed to resemble a semi-criminal enterprise.’
Then, Wolff wrote that Bannon said:
‘I think we can drop the ‘semi’ part.’
Wolff quoted Bannon talking about what Trump feared the most, investigations into his finances, saying that even his “most ardent supporters” would leave:
‘This is where it isn’t a witch hunt – even for the hard core, this is where he turns into just a crooked business guy, and one worth $50m instead of $10bn (billion). Not the billionaire he said he was, just another scumbag.’
Bannon is committed to anarchy, totally tearing down existing democracies through chaos. He has been in Europe spreading his revolutionary ideas, and they have been taking hold in Poland, Austria, and Italy among others. Trump’s former campaign chair Paul Manafort earned millions of dollars helping the Russian President Vladimir Putin-supported president in Ukraine.
Wolff delved into the details of a 2004 Palm Beach piece of real estate that involved Trump’s friend and convicted child-molester Jeffrey Epstein and Putin’s oligarch Dmitry Rybolevlev. Epstein told Trump that he planned to buy the mansion for $36 million. The molester did not think that POTUS could afford it.
Then, Trump went behind his friend’s back and bought the foreclosed mansion for about $40 million without putting up a dime. Deutsche Bank funded it. Epstein threatened to expose the president-to-be. All of a sudden the Palm Beach police were investigating the multi-millionaire molester for child trafficking.
Wolff felt that there were two possibilities to explain that deal. First:
‘Trump merely earned a fee for hiding the real owner – a shadow owner quite possibly being funneled cash by Rybolovlev for other reasons beyond the value of the house.’
The other option was, according to Wolff, that the person who owned the house was also the buyer:
‘Rybolovlev might have, in effect, paid himself for the house, thereby cleansing the additional $55m for the second purchase of the house. This was Donald Trump’s world of real estate.’
Bannon also called Donald Trump Jr.’s infamous Trump Tower meeting with a group of Russians “treasonous.” Then, Donald Trump Sr.’s top adviser lost favor with the president. As a result, the owners of The Breitbart News fired him.