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Politics Latest Messages: Don't bother ..

Excerpt on nepotism and impropriety - Of family as staff.

Posted: Jan 8th, 2018 - 9:40 am In Reply to: I paid for my copy and downloaded. Wonderful book. - sm

In defiance of law and tone, and everybody’s disbelieving looks, the president
seemed intent on surrounding himself in the White House with his family. The
Trumps, all of them—except for his wife, who, mystifyingly, was staying in New
York—were moving in, all of them set to assume responsibilities similar to their
status in the Trump Organization, without anyone apparently counseling against
it.
Finally, it was the right-wing diva and Trump supporter Ann Coulter who took
the president-elect aside and said, “Nobody is apparently telling you this. But you can’t. You just can’t hire your children.”
Trump continued to insist that he had every right to his family’s help, while at
the same time asking for understanding. This is family, he said—“It’s a leettle,
leettle tricky.” His staffers understood not only the inherent conflicts and
difficult legal issues in having Trump’s son-in-law run the White House, but that
it would become, even more than it already was, family first for Trump. After a
great deal of pressure, he at least agreed not to make his son-in-law the chief of
staff—not officially, anyway.


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