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Monday, March 27, 2017

The Daily Combover - March 27, 2017


With the word allegation no longer necessary when paired with words like corruption, scandal, disfunction, Putinphile, golden showers, etc. Trump's approval continues to fall.  Today it hit a Trump-record low of 36%.  We are nearing President George W. Bush 25% territory. Recall that the last Midterm election (2006) held in which the sitting President (Bush) was under 40%, despite the long odds against them, the Democrats swept to power.

Trump's response to all that losing? Tap convicted felon Charles Kushner's son, Jared, to run the government "like a company." Aside from the obvious -- that the country is about to be run by an unelected 35-year old dillettante married to Trump's daughter, the entire country now hinges upon Kushner's ability to lead. Let's review Jared's corporate experience:



1. In 2006, at the age of 25, Jared took some $10 million of his father's dirty money and purchased the New York Observer, a thriving cultural icon in New York.

2. He attempted to turn it into a national media platform by pushing out the editorial staff and then eventually dropping "New York" from the title, leaving it as the Observer.

3. After a decade of mismanagement and financial losses, the Observer ceased to print and switched to a fully digital format.

4. That's about it.

Kushner, like his corrupt felon of a father, has made several property deals over the last decade. Including a recent deal with Chinese investors for $400 million (far greater than market value) following Trump ceasing his critique of Chinese currency manipulation.

So there you have it, son-of-a-felon-convicted-for-bribery-money-laundering-and-corruption, Jared Kushner is bringing his family's lessons in crime to the White House to do a job that the Chicago Tribune describes as a "new job he likely doesn't understand."

Impeachment can't come soon enough.

Catch you on the flip side.

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