Trump's White House visit characters are starting to arrive.
Also on a day after the diminutive Trump tweets about the election being over, we find he spent part of his day mocking a portrait of Hillary Clinton. Is there no end to the childishness of these people?
A rational person would wonder why Trump didn't have his crew of racist take a picture alongside one of the nation's most racist former president's Andrew Jackson. As Trump and his message purveyors decorated the Oval Office, they strategically sent a message to the nation regarding white nationalism and high-level support for national racism.
Priebus, Bannon, Steve Miller and anyone involved in the Trump White House setup, knows Jackson's history. Link.
Speaking of the rational person, I didn't have the common trump supporter in mind. Is this a prototype of the Trump supporter?
So much for the visit with a president who seems to always bring the garbage, let's move to a look at a few major communications donors who share Trump with the people depicted above. One last remark. It is a shame when a president brings more garage to the nation's House.
Gizmodo dot com is reporting on a Presidential committee filing which includes a list of trump corporate supporters.
On Wednesday, the Presidential Inaugural Committee filed its final report with the Federal Election Commission, revealing the full list of donors who financed Donald Trump’s electoral college victory party. Unsurprisingly, the biggest names in tech all chipped in, including Google, Amazon, Intel, and Microsoft, all of whom spoke out against Trump’s Muslim ban. The filing reveals that just weeks before the companies denounced the executive order, they gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to celebrate the man who promised to issue it. AT& T, Trump’s biggest ally in communication, was silent.
The tech companies include:
- Microsoft, which donated $500,000.
- Google, which donated $285,000.
- Charter Communications, which donated $250,000.
- Verizon, which donated $100,000.
- Amazon, which donated $57,746.13.
- AT&T, which donated $2,082,483.43.
- Intel, which donated $500,000.
- Boeing, which donated $1,000,000.
- Qualcomm, which donated $1,000,000.
Impressive list, eh?