Thursday, September 15, 2016

Your Daily Trump––When You Lose, Trump Wins. Think About It.

Nobel Prize economist Joseph Stiglitz said on CNBC interview that, if elected, Trump would probably bankrupt the US. (Something Trump’s very familiar with.)

Watch it here.

Meanwhile, Moody’s (the most trusted metrics on economic prospects are at Moody's) assesses Clinton’s economic proposals positively. They’d make our economy stronger.

The Moody's assessment of Clinton's policies.

The Wall Street Journal reports that most of the economists who have advised presidents believe Trump is a major risk.

There are a lot of Americans who feel the economy is rigged, and it is, but the solution isn’t to break it. When the economy breaks down it’s working people who lose everything.

Two years before the economy collapsed in 2008 Trump said this: "I sort of hope that happens because then people like me would go in and buy.” And this: "If there is a bubble burst, as they call it, you know you can make a lot of money. If you're in a good cash position -- which I'm in a good cash position today -- then people like me would go in and buy like crazy.”

What hurts most Americans makes Donald Trump rich and he knows that. He acts on that kind of idea.

Trump’s web of conflicts of interest are global in scale, “huge” to use one of his own favorite words. Kurt Eichenwald (Pulitzer finalist and twice winner of Polk award) reports.

The condensed Eichenwald story at VF.

The fuller Eichenwald analysis at Raw Story.

Pulitzer Prize reporter David Cay Johnston on Trump’s plans to replace all military leadership with generals loyal only to him. And his plans for endless war.

Trump’s long trail of black eyes and broken lives, from the New York Times.

Trump’s former attorney warns against electing him president, at HuffPost.

Think the Clinton Foundation is shady? (It isn’t, sez the leading charities watchdog which gives the Clinton Foundation its highest rating). Take a look at the Trump Foundation. [sic] At VOX.

Meanwhile the Clinton Foundation gets an A rating from CharityWatch.

Why the endless investigation of this well run and truly helpful foundation while Trump's foundation spends other people's money, not Trump's, and spends it on things like Tim Tebow football helmets and 6 foot high paintings of Donald Trump to hang in his building.

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