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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Can American Taxpayers Afford Trump?


                                             Good Day World!

It wasn't that long ago.

Oct. 13th, 2014
Citizen Trump saidCan you believe that, with all of the problems and difficulties facing the U.S., President Obama spent the day playing golf.” Mr. Trump tweeted on Oct. 13, 2014. “Worse than Carter.”

Throughout Chump's campaign he ranted about how much President Obama spent on travel and golfing:

Fact: It cost $12 million for Obama travel (and golfing) in one year.

Fact: Hump has already spent $12 million in just his first 50 days of leisure golf and travel to his Florida commercial property Mar-A-Lago also "Dubbed the Winter White House." 

But not a peep out of the Republicans. The silence is deafening and proof that the GOP fears The Donald and are afraid to hold him accountable for anything.

However, that doesn't go for a government watchdog group - the Government Accountability Office (GAO) - who told lawmakers that they would look into the security costs associated with Stump's routine visits to his private property in Florida.

Meanwhile, the GAO is trying to figure out if the United States Treasury has received payments for profits Frump has made from foreign governments visiting his hotels.

You may remember Lump claimed he was giving the profits from his hotels - especially the new one across from the White House - to the U.S. Treasury.

The Secret Service is asking for an additional $60 million for security because Lump has already eaten deeply into the current budget.  

Related: Petition: Move Melanie Trump to White House, Or She Can Foot The Security Bill

The bigly question is: Can American taxpayers afford to pay for Donny Little Hands golfing, travel to his private property every weekend, and outrageous family expenses?

Psssttttttt...It took 100 Secret Service agents to watch a few members of the Trump clan ski in Aspen last weekend. 

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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