- Sep 21, 2018
- SLU Posts
It does make you wonder why they continue to put up with him. From the leaks we have seen it does not sound like a great deal for the banks.I'm sure he's been told it time and time again, it's just his usual bully/scare/intimidation knee-jerk reaction. Doesn't matter if he thinks he can win or not, the hassle of being sued by someone rich scares a lot of people off. And banks tend to be -very- unhappy about wasting money on anything that doesn't make them more money, like lawsuits.
Deutsche Bank seems to have had a lot of business with Russians, many of whom are proscribed by the Magnitsky act. And per Donnie Junior around 2014, Trump's organization was seeing a large influx of Russian money.
Le sigh.Kicking it off by noting that the country is “so fucked” that “Venezuela put us on the travel advisory,” the comedian added that “if America was a summer blockbuster, it would be called Democracy: Endgame.”
Apparently the lead horse during that race stepped over the boundary line and became disqualified, or something like that. I'm not a fan or follower of horse races, so I can't be bothered to look it up. That's just what I remember hearing on the news last night.Do I even want to know?
The Senate was also poised to pass a second bill on Wednesday that would eliminate the so-called “double jeopardy loophole” that gives individuals who have been pardoned at a federal level indemnity from being tried by New York State prosecutors on similar charges. That bill also has the support of Mr. Cuomo, and is also expected to pass the Assembly.
The bill is very likely to pass the state Assembly, where Democrats currently outnumber Republicans by more than 2-1. Cuomo, of course, will surely sign the bill. And then come the lawsuits.