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Playing the "mob boss"

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    The "mob boss" is certainly "up to something". He still did not "concede", but in the meantime did strange things; why remove the "top" of the Pentagon. Why al of a sudden the Russian hacking hits the daylight? Why the just about government shutdown? Why building an "wall" around the W.H.? At least someone on TV put this all together; he wants to play an "coup". So that the "army" is then "loyal" (by his appointments) without real "leadership" thus protects him. Furthermore he will call for riots because he "won" and the Dem's screwed him over. I bet he's putting all of this in place, because the "virus" is enough of an distraction, so he's not getting too much scrutiny from the "media".

    I don't think for a minute that he is going away quietly. It is already an "circus" which only can get worse.

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    that guy in AZ Wrote:

    The New York Daily News just published another classic about Trump:

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    Here's the latest proof that Trump is a mob boss:

    The former daughter-in-law of the Trump Organization's indicted financial chief is being silenced as she fights to keep custody of her children.

    Jennifer Weisselberg, the ex-wife of Trump employee Barry Weisselberg, has spoken with investigators about the alleged tax fraud scheme that landed accountant Allen Weisselberg under indictment and is willing to speak with journalists, but she's under a judge's gag order, reported The Daily Beast.

    "Defendant, Jennifer Weisselberg, shall refrain from having any discussions or interviews whatsoever with the press about the parties' children… the custody proceeding… or her motivation for giving interviews insofar as it concerns the children," reads the order signed by New York County Supreme Court Justice Lori Sattler.

    The gag order doesn't prohibit her from speaking to investigators, but three sources say it's part of a broader campaign of witness intimidation that includes demands by her ex-husband's attorney for court-mandated mental health evaluations and drug tests intended to harm her reputation before she testifies at a potential criminal trial.

    "What we have here is a concerted effort to keep my client quiet," said her former attorney Aimee Richter at a hearing in May. "So it's come full circle; lost her children, lost all her money, she is going to lose where she's lived for the last year and… now, she's losing her right to speak."