I’m digging into old articles. Trump in this Howard Stern appearance was promoting himself as running for Prez and running exploratory campaigns. What if this was part of an image campaign as an influence agent from Russia? We know from AJ Benza that Trump was obsessed with keeping a certain image in the spotlight. He was trading b list gossip for favorable coverage.
This excellent Trump Russia Timeline shows us Russians moved into Trump Tower in 98. Right after the Russian Economy tanked. I think this is the time we look for him to become Russian property. Collusion with Russia on the election may be hard to prove other than Bannon and Info Wars and Wikileaks stuff. Can Mueller dig into where they turned him taught him psychological warfare with the intent of making the leader of the free world in America, a buffoon not to be taken seriously? Could their puppet revive the civil war? Russia could not afford to declare war on us. They could make us fight ourselves. The Facebook propaganda campaigns are real, people are dealing with a force stronger than themselves, Information Warfare that does actual psychological damage and radicalizes them.
Another interesting doc:
The news that Donald Trump and Marla Maples had separated came as no surprise to those who’ve followed The Donald. But perusing our file on the developer, we came across something that did shock us: Trump once actually fretted that he might one day “tarnish his family’s name.”
This FBI report details Trump’s concerns about building a casino in Atlantic City, specifically his fear that he could be exposed to organized crime figures. But the ballsy billionaire still wanted to help the bureau, even offering to place undercover agents into his operation. What a guy!
Note: The unnamed source referred to in this document is the late Danny Sullivan, a Mafia associate (and longtime FBI informant) who once worked for Trump as a labor consultant. Also, here’s an acronym sampler: SAC (Special Agent In Charge); LCN (La Cosa Nostra); DGE (Division of Gaming Enforcement, a New Jersey regulatory agency). (4 pages)
Imagine the Feds have quite a file going back to 98.