Donald Trump is refusing to pay his campaign pollster three-quarters of a million dollars

  1. Donald Trump is refusing to pay his campaign pollster three-quarters of a million dollars
    Donald Trump's hiring of pollster Tony Fabrizio in May was viewed as a sign that the real estate mogul was finally bringing seasoned operatives into his insurgent operation.
    But the Republican presidential nominee appears to have taken issue with some of the services provided by the veteran GOP strategist, who has advised candidates from 1996 GOP nominee Bob Dole to Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
    The Trump campaign's latest Federal Election Commission report shows that it is disputing nearly $767,000 that Fabrizio's firm says it is still owed for polling.
    Donald Trump is refusing to pay his campaign pollster three-quarters of a million dollars - The Washington Post

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  2. 22 Comments

  3. by   toomuchbaloney
    Clearly Trump is a man with questionable ethics and moral character.
    It is mystifying why Christian leadership is endorsing him or why people believe he should be the most powerful man in the country when he has demonstrated in word and deed that he is narcissistic, a liar, and unconcerned with those outside of his immediate family.
  4. by   elkpark
    Quote from toomuchbaloney
    Clearly Trump is a man with questionable ethics and moral character. It is mystifying why Christian leadership is endorsing him ...
    One of the interesting things about the campaign is how his candidacy has created a split within the evangelical community. They aren't all supporting him. NPR had a piece this morning about the split by gender:

    Evangelicals Split Along Gender Lines Over Trump : NPR
  5. by   BCgradnurse
    This comes as no surprise. Is Trump not paying because the polls are no longer in his favor?

    I think Trump would make a great case study for an abnormal psych class. He certainly exhibits characteristics of a narcissistic personality disorder with some sociopathic traits.
  6. by   toomuchbaloney
    Quote from BCgradnurse
    This comes as no surprise. Is Trump not paying because the polls are no longer in his favor?

    I think Trump would make a great case study for an abnormal psych class. He certainly exhibits characteristics of a narcissistic personality disorder with some sociopathic traits.
    I suspect that there will be speculation about his mental health for quite a while after this election, regardless of whether he wins or loses.
  7. by   herring_RN
    The Fall 2016 edition of the KKK's quarterly newspaper, The Crusader, endorses Donald Trump with "Make America Great Again" splashed across the front page.
    KKK Newspaper - Trump Endorsement Issue
    Trump campaign denounces KKK's official newspaper's support
    Trump campaign denounces KKK's official newspaper's support - CNNPolitics.com
  8. by   elkpark
    Quote from herring_RN
    Trump campaign denounces KKK's official newspaper's support
    Trump campaign denounces KKK's official newspaper's support - CNNPolitics.com
    Well, finally ... Of course, the Trumpsters keep telling us CNN does nothing but tell lies about Trump in order to help Clinton get elected, so maybe this is a lie, too, and they haven't denounced the KKK.
  9. by   toomuchbaloney
    Were Trump's parents members of the KKK?
  10. by   Tweety
    More from the Clinton News Network..more than likely these vandals are paid supporters of Clinton's paid to defame Trump and rig the election.

    'Vote Trump' painted on black church set ablaze in Mississippi - CNN.com
  11. by   Tweety
    Apparently this man was scene at a Trump rally and had a Trump sign in his yard. More than likely he's being paid the by the Clinton campaign to smear Trump.

    Trump in the meantime blamed Obama.

    Iowa police shooting suspected identified as Scott Michael Greene
  12. by   elkpark
    Quote from toomuchbaloney
    Were Trump's parents members of the KKK?
    There has been reporting that his father was arrested at a KKK rally once, in 1927.

    In 1927, Donald Trump’s father was arrested after a Klan riot in Queens - The Washington Post
  13. by   heron
    "Rigged election" indeed!

    ETA: it all puts voter suppression in a whole 'nother light, I think. No wonder MassEd is trying to pretend that there's no such thing as the alt-right.
    Last edit by heron on Nov 3, '16
  14. by   chare
    Quote from elkpark
    There has been reporting that his father was arrested at a KKK rally once, in 1927.

    In 1927, Donald Trump’s father was arrested after a Klan riot in Queens - The Washington Post
    And as many of you on the left have rightfully pointed out when the discussion turns to Mr. Clinton that he isn't running, this is pertinent to Mr. Trump how?

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