That and more. Some people in Trump’s inner-circle are seeking revenge against Trump. That’s the word on the streets. I kid you not, because this is a story about betrayal and revenge. It’s no secret that Trump had betrayed thousands, if not millions of Americans. If you’re not distracted from all the noise coming from our corporate news media, you’ll know a sizzling, seductive, and treacherous story, when you see one. You know this story, “Donald Trump’s Betrayal,” is about a dysfunctional family, where betrayal is in their DNA. See, this story originated decades ago, but the best part, the villains sit at the same table as Trump. Here’s a big clue: “Team Trump is actually synonymous with Betrayal Revenge.”
May I remind you that Trump publicly humiliated two ex-wives. There’s an old saying, “Hell has no fury like a woman scorned.” I mean, in this story, the usual suspects come to my mind about who’s sabotaging Trump’s Presidential campaign. Listen, imaging being married to a man, who has an abnormal sexual fixation towards his own daughter. Or better yet, imagine being a sibling of a man who has an abnormal sexual fixation towards his own daughter. I’ll say it again, “It was a known hell.” However, and this is the best part, because at this very moment, Trump’s ex-wives and/or his own flesh and blood children, all have the opportunity to seek revenge against Trump. Oh, how devious can they be?
Feast you eyes on how Trump betrayed 200 undocumented Polish Workers. Hey Trump, didn’t your mommie tell you that, “You can’t have your cake and eat it to.”
Where and when: New York City, 1980
The dirt: In order to construct his signature Trump Tower, the builder first had to demolish the Bonwit Teller store, an architecturally beloved Art Deco edifice. The work had to be done fast, and so managers hired 200 undocumented Polish workers to tear it down, paying them substandard wages for backbreaking work—$5 per hour, when they were paid at all. The workers didn’t wear hard hats and often slept at the site. When the workers complained about their back pay, they were allegedly threatened with deportation. Trump said he was unaware that illegal immigrants were working at the site.
The upshot: In 1991, a federal judge found Trump and other defendants guiltyof conspiring to avoid paying union pension and welfare contributions for the workers. The decision was appealed, with partial victories for both sides, and ultimately settled privately in 1999. In a February GOP debate, Marco Rubiobrought up the story to accuse Trump of hypocrisy in his stance on illegal immigration. Meanwhile, Massimo Calabresi shows that testimony under oath shows Trump was aware of illegal immigrants being employed there.
Stay tune for more episode of Donald Trump’s Betrayal.