Democrat Picks Democrat to be Campaign Finance Chairman

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Trump Cultists will explain how this is a grand development:


Donald Trump’s presidential campaign announced Thursday that Steven Mnuchin, a former partner at Goldman Sachs who has donated to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, will serve as his national finance chairman.

Mnuchin has also worked as an investment professional for Soros Fund Management LLC, a hedge fun management firm run by George Soros, a billionaire Democratic donor who has sent millions to pro-Hillary Clinton PACs this election cycle.

Go here to read the rest.  Thanks Trump Cultists for having the Republican Standard Bearer this year be from the other side.  Brilliant, absolutely brilliant.

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  1. “Donald Trump’s presidential campaign announced Thursday that Steven Mnuchin, a former partner at Goldman Sachs…”
    Heidi Cruz is an investment manager at Goldman Sachs, and she served in various capacities in the Bush Administration.
    I do not like any of them. But we do have a knack for picking the worst.

  2. Comparing Heidi Cruz to this gentleman Paul, is like comparing a freckle to a cancerous tumor. Heidi Cruz is a Republican, a conservative and by all accounts a good Mom. Stay on topic please.

  3. It fits his theory of never being predictable. Remember, he needs blue collar dems in places like P.A. and northern N.Y. and the northeast in general according to CNN if he is to win. There are too few republicans. He may want an ecumenical image as though he is really third party.
    Money for the general campaign is ten times larger in the Clinton coffers according to an article yesterday. Trump may have to sell assets to reach her roughly 180 million if republican big money is not forthcoming. If he really has 10 billion, that’s doable without great sacrifice. He must however meet with Paul Ryan to deal because to get laws passed he needs Ryan. If he deals fast, he opens some republican big wallets and saves a hotel. Instead yesterday, he imitated Ryan’s ” I’m not ready to support”… Ryan in his case. Alpha dog imaging on his side…Ryan was being temperate. Never boring. Ryan recently delivered a ” Confident America ” speech to republicans proximate to Trump’s ” America First ” speech though. Dueling plans is one problem but Trump could offer the SCOTUS picks and put it in writing. But right today, he is seeing Ryan as a threat and Ryan wasn’t threatening but being truthful though the dueling speeches was symptomatic of a party that is not unified because two groups are not communicating.

  4. I guess he couldn’t really have asked Heidi. ?
    With trump it is not too much about ideology but just about winning.
    So far it looks like he thinks about winning by whatever means possible

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