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Dutch Wrote: Jared, are you really that dumb? I hope you understand that she has to attack the guy on these points; get it?
Why do you always feel the need to personally attack people?
The things you posted are a hodgepodge of random complaints.
The title of this thread is "Things Hillary has to do urgently."
1) How would Hillary be able to force Donald Trump to release his tax returns? Congress could theoretically pass a law that requires Presidential candidates to release their tax returns, but I doubt Hillary will waste much time focusing on his tax returns.
Democrats relentlessly hammered Romney over his tax returns in 2012 and he never caved to the pressure. The Democrats have plenty of ammunition they are only getting ready to unload on Trump. People know he's rich. People know that rich people don't pay a lot of taxes. That's not going to make or break this election.
2) There is currently no law that requires Presidents or any other politicians to have a blind trust manage their money while they are serving. The vast majority of politicians do so on their own in an attempt to show their independence, but they are not required to.
4) The Trump logo is a registered trademark. He would not be able to emblazon it in or around the White House because the White House is basically a guest house for the President. The President doesn't own the house and the White House is a functioning museum. He could technically place the logos all over the private residence on the second and third floors of the White House if he wants, but they would be taken down immediately at the conclusion of his Presidency.
Again--what does that have to do with Hillary?
5) Hillary arrives in her private jet that she has chartered for the campaign. I wouldn't be surprised if she has it plastered with she and her running mates names after the campaign officially kicks off. Senator Obama did the same thing back in 2008:
6) No. But why would his grown adult children want to live with their dad in the first place?
7) He will still get a salary if that is what you are asking. If you are talking about the gifts different dignitaries give to a President then he will still be able to accept them, but all gifts a President gets are immediately handed over to the National Archives which oversees all gifts given to a President that Congress hasn't exclusively given permission for the President to keep.
The President and his family can then either take those gifts with them after the transition of power or, as is often the case, continue to have the National Archives look after them until a former President opens up their library.
8) No. As I explained above, the First Family can take any gift they were given after they leave the White House.