Saturday, December 17, 2016

Donald Trump's First 100 Days: "It's Started: Paying Off the Trump Family for Access"

Getting Heard Is Going to Cost Big Bucks

While the Trump team is often criticized for lack of transparency, on one front, it has been more than forthcoming—namely, how to gain access to the administration, a strategy that begins and ends with cold hard cash. If you have the means to spend ten thousands of dollars, you can buy face time with key members of the Trump administration, join an in-crowd of big donors with special access, or even a sit-down to discuss issues with a Trump surrogate. Since Trump is dispensing with the no longer useful campaign ephemera, a better and far more truthful tagline to “Make America Great Again” might be: “Money Talks.” Read More

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