They're all "Mooch"-ers
Candidate Trump swore he'd run Wall Street influence out of Washington. As president, he spends more and more time taking advice from his Goldman Sachs pals.
Whatever happened to Wall Street is the problem?
There is definitely disappointment in Trumpville tonight.
Note that ugly word "fraudulent". Note, too, that innocent phrase "agreed to pay"--as if paying, for them, is an option. Note also too there is no mention of anyone going to jail. Not a single soul from anywhere within those vast companies had to go to jail for their misdeeds. They couldn't even muster up a single scapegoat.
She still makes a fraction of what Donald Trump commands and yet, he's never questioned on this subject.
The war of words continues to escalate between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump just ahead of the Iowa caucuses.
Fox News, Fox News Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2016/01/cruz-attacks-trump-owing-millions-or-even
Sen. Sanders was relentlessly on message when it came to one issue during the Democratic debate on NBC this Sunday, and that's whether he's going to allow Wall Street to influence his administration if he's elected president.
NBC, Democratic Candidates Debate, Jan. 17, 2016. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2016/01/sanders-promises-goldman-sachs-wont-have
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