#The Trump Organization


$100 Million Trump Tower Loan Placed On Bank 'Watch List' Over Vacancies

A $100 million loan to Donald Trump’s flagship Trump Tower in Manhattan has been placed on a “watch list” by Wells Fargo Bank because of troubling “lower than average occupancy” in the building. Occupancy has dropped from 85.9% at the end of last year to 78.9% currently, according to Wells...
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MSNBC's Rachel Maddow minimizes Durham probe indictment tied to fake Trump-Russia story she promoted

MSNBC star Rachel Maddow appeared widely dismissive of the latest indictment from Special Counsel John Durham's probe looking into the origins of the Russia investigation. While the liberal TV host avoided covering the official indictment that came on Thursday, she did address a New York Times report on Wednesday that previewed the legal woes facing Michael Sussmann, an attorney who was accused of lying to the FBI regarding not disclosing his ties to the Clinton campaign after pushing for an investigation into then-candidate Donald Trump's ties to Russia in 2016, specifically over his connection to the Kremlin-linked Alfa Bank presented as nefarious.
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Marietta Daily Journal

Trump NYC tower debt hits watch list with vacancies rising

A $100 million loan on Donald Trump’s Fifth Avenue tower was moved to a watch list Monday because of “lower average occupancy,” according to information compiled by Wells Fargo & Co. The debt, sponsored by the former president himself, is secured by the 244,482 square feet (22,700 square meters) of...
New York Post

Michael Sussmann indicted, pleads not guilty in alleged FBI lie

A former rep for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign who is accused of duping the FBI by hiding the reason he was sharing a tip about Donald Trump’s links to Russia pleaded not guilty on Friday to a false-statement charge. Attorney Michael Sussmann was indicted Thursday by special counsel John Durham...

Michael Sussmann, lawyer charged in Durham probe, pleads not guilty

Michael Sussmann, a 57-year-old cybersecurity lawyer who had worked for the Democrats and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, pleaded not guilty in federal court on Friday in his first appearance following his indictment on charges of lying to the FBI in a 2016 meeting where he shared information about the Trump Organization and Russia.

Clinton lawyer's indictment reveals 'bag of tricks'

The 26-page indictment of former cybersecurity attorney and Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann by special counsel John Durham is as detailed as it is damning on the alleged effort to push a false Russia collusion claim before the 2016 presidential campaign. One line, however, seems to reverberate for those of us who have followed this scandal for years now: "You do realize that we will have to expose every trick we have in our bag."

New York Attorney General Letitia James Mulling Run For Governor

Brian Schwartz of CNBC reports that New York Attorney General Letitia James has held discussions with advisors and supporters about a potential run for governor next year. Since James’ investigation into former governor Andrew Cuomo ended early last month, she and her political advisors have begun exploring whether she would have the support of previous donors and supporters if she chooses to run for governor instead of re-running for attorney general.

Sussmann Case Shows Far-Left Slate Journalist Was Tool for the Democrats and Hillary in Pushing Garbage Trump – Russia Hit Piece

Franklin Foer is reportedly one of many far-left tools the Democrats and Hillary Clinton used to push their garbage Trump – Russia lies. In the second 2016 debate, Hillary Clinton claimed President Trump was connected to Russian leader Putin. This was laughable at the time. We could tell then that...

How Does Don Jr. Roll?

It was February 2016, and the pivotal South Carolina Republican presidential primary was just days away when Donald Trump made a campaign stop at Fratello’s Italian Tavern in the city of North Charleston to have lunch with longtime Mayor Keith Summey. Over ice tea and Diet Coke, Summey, a Republican, announced he was endorsing Trump. The moment was obviously planned, but the candidate feigned the kind of surprise he would later display when sycophantic Cabinet officials lavished praise on him at Cabinet meetings. “Wow!” Trump exclaimed, with cameras whirring. It was a typical event of its type—except for one rather unusual comment the endorser made. The assembled press appeared to take no notice of it when Summey looked over to Trump and referenced the candidate’s eldest son. “You’ve got a great kid,” Summey told him.