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=== Roy Cohn relationship ===
 
=== Roy Cohn relationship ===
 
* [https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/former-mccarthy-aide-showed-trump-how-to-exploit-power-and-draw-attention/2016/06/16/e9f44f20-2bf3-11e6-9b37-42985f6a265c_story.html ''Washington Post'', "The man who showed Donald Trump how to exploit power and instill fear", 2016/06/16]: "It was October 1973 and the start of one of the most influential relationships of Trump’s career. Cohn soon represented Trump in legal battles, counseled him about his marriage and introduced Trump to New York power brokers, money men and socialites."
 
* [https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/former-mccarthy-aide-showed-trump-how-to-exploit-power-and-draw-attention/2016/06/16/e9f44f20-2bf3-11e6-9b37-42985f6a265c_story.html ''Washington Post'', "The man who showed Donald Trump how to exploit power and instill fear", 2016/06/16]: "It was October 1973 and the start of one of the most influential relationships of Trump’s career. Cohn soon represented Trump in legal battles, counseled him about his marriage and introduced Trump to New York power brokers, money men and socialites."
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* [https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/06/donald-trump-roy-cohn-relationship ''Vanity Fair'', "How Donald Trump and Roy Cohn's Ruthless Symbiosis Changed America", 2017/06]
  
 
=== Organized crime ===
 
=== Organized crime ===

Revision as of 17:00, 9 August 2018

Biography

Controversies

Sexual assaults

Organized crime ties

Russia investigation

Political connections


  • ALEC - his administration is filled with members and supporters of ALEC

Corporate connections

References

External links

  • Ed Opperman interview of David Cay Johnston on Trump's history - mentions that: grandfather Frederick Trump ran a brothel; father Fred Trump was arrested for marching in support of the KKK; the announcement of his candidacy in 2015 was attended by paid actors; his 42nd Street Hyatt hotel cost $120 million but received $360 in government subsidies; he stood up for cocaine trafficker Joseph Weichselbaum and let him move into Trump Tower after his lenient 18-month sentence; he was friends with Adnan Khashoggi; and he called Roy Cohn a "second father"

Roy Cohn relationship

Organized crime

Corporate corruption

Pedophilia evidence