Newsletter June 29, 2018

 

In June of 2016, Mr. Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., Mr. Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, and his presidential chairman Paul Manafort met with a Russian lawyer when they were told the Russian intelligence had acquired highly damaging information concerning Mrs. Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party candidate.

Russian property developer, Aras Agalarov had arragned this meeting. Subsequently the information gleaned from this meeting was given to Aras Agalarov from Russian prosecutor-general Yuri Chaika.

Because the Trumps, both father and son, were not discreet, the American Central Intelligence Agency, who were subjecting both Trumps to surveillance, learned of some of the contacts with Russian government personnel and one of their internal memos spoke very disparingly of these contacts.

Subsequently, Mr. Manafort received a $10,000,000 “loan” from one Oleg Deripaska.

Deripaska, who owns a large aluminum company, is worth 3.7 billion dollars and is also known for his close ties to Russian president Vladimir Putin, as well as his connection to Paul Manafort, whom Deripaska employed from at least 2005 to 2009

Mr. Trump is extremely self-important and egotistical to a remarkable degree.

Mr. Trump fancies himself as a man to whom beautiful women were attracted.

That they were attracted to his money is more evident.

Mr. Trump was, and is, an overbearing and intolerant person.

He is subject to mood-swings in that what is acceptable today is not tomorrow.

He is easily led by women to whom he is initially very attentive and once he feels he had their purchased loyalty, proceeds to turn his attentions to other women.

As a businessman, Mr. Trump is erratic in the extreme. He owes very large sums of money, for example, to the Deutsche Bank, sums he somehow forgets to pay. He also owes large sums to Russian banks but in this case, he dare not neglect to pay.

Mr. Trump is so convinced of his superiority to others, and so easy to influence, that promises to one person could easily be forgotten when making identical promises to another.