Just Weeks Before Inauguration, Trump Caught Opening 8 Companies with World’s Biggest Terrorist Sponsor

So who do we talk to about starting an investigation on all his dealings so he can be impeached before he really runs this country into the ground. Writing to our congressmen might help but if they are Republican’s you can bet they will turn a DEAF EAR.Trump is only out for Trump…he thinks he can run this country and his business at the same time…he is fighting the Conflict Of Interest with the presidency.

While Donald Trump was busy campaigning on a platform of racism, xenophobia, sexism and Islamophobia, he was also busy opening new companies in Saudi Arabia, where the extremist Wahhabi brand of Islam, the founding ideology of terrorist groups like Al Queda and Daesh (ISIS/ISIL), is thriving.

According to a new report from the Washington Post, Trump was listed as a principal figure in these newly discovered Saudi companies in his campaign’s May 2016 financial disclosures. So Republicans just elected a man who sells condos to terrorists:


In August 2015, as Trump’s presidential campaign began to take flight, Trump registered eight separate companies with names such as THC Jeddah Hotel and DT Jeddah Technical Services, financial-disclosure filings show. Their names followed a pattern set by Trump companies connected to hotel deals in foreign cities: in this case, Jeddah, the second-biggest city in Saudi Arabia. Four of those companies, in which Trump was named president or director, remained active at the time of Trump’s May financial filing. The disclosures do not provide more detail for the companies, and Trump representatives did not respond to requests for comment.

Trump discussed his Saudi connections publicly at rallies, and his bragging about selling condos seems far more ominous now that we know a pay-for-play deal may be just around any corner of the globe:

On Aug. 21, the same day Trump created four of the Jeddah companies, he told a rally crowd in Alabama: “Saudi Arabia, I get along with all of them. They buy apartments from me. They spend $40 million, $50 million. Am I supposed to dislike them? I like them very much.” In January, a few months after the Jeddah companies were created, Trump told Fox News that he “would want to protect Saudi Arabia” from a potential Iranian threat but added that “Saudi Arabia is going to have to help us economically” and referenced the billions of dollars the Arab kingdom has made off the oil trade.

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While Donald Trump was busy campaigning on a platform of racism, xenophobia, sexism and Islamophobia, he was also busy opening new companies in Saudi Arabia, where the extremist Wahhabi brand of Islam, the founding ideology of terrorist groups like Al Queda and Daesh (ISIS/ISIL), is thriving.

According to a new report from the Washington Post, Trump was listed as a principal figure in these newly discovered Saudi companies in his campaign’s May 2016 financial disclosures. So Republicans just elected a man who sells condos to terrorists:

In August 2015, as Trump’s presidential campaign began to take flight, Trump registered eight separate companies with names such as THC Jeddah Hotel and DT Jeddah Technical Services, financial-disclosure filings show. Their names followed a pattern set by Trump companies connected to hotel deals in foreign cities: in this case, Jeddah, the second-biggest city in Saudi Arabia. Four of those companies, in which Trump was named president or director, remained active at the time of Trump’s May financial filing. The disclosures do not provide more detail for the companies, and Trump representatives did not respond to requests for comment.

Trump discussed his Saudi connections publicly at rallies, and his bragging about selling condos seems far more ominous now that we know a pay-for-play deal may be just around any corner of the globe:

On Aug. 21, the same day Trump created four of the Jeddah companies, he told a rally crowd in Alabama: “Saudi Arabia, I get along with all of them. They buy apartments from me. They spend $40 million, $50 million. Am I supposed to dislike them? I like them very much.” In January, a few months after the Jeddah companies were created, Trump told Fox News that he “would want to protect Saudi Arabia” from a potential Iranian threat but added that “Saudi Arabia is going to have to help us economically” and referenced the billions of dollars the Arab kingdom has made off the oil trade.

Even some prominent conservatives are urging Trump to sell his company, because of the massive conflict of interests.

For a guy that campaigned “bigly” against Hillary Clinton’s alleged corruption, the Trump corruption sure seems to be stacking up, 8 weeks before he even takes office.

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