Corey Lewandowski Is Going To Be Trump’s Big Patsy
Alex Griswold notes how Trump’s FEC filing shows $30,000 in payments to the, “Draper/Sterling” ad agency. Yes, the same one from “Mad Men.”
This firm appears to be a house in suburban New Hampshire. The house is one town over and a fifteen minute drive from former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has begun a forensic audit on all of Corey Lewandowski’s spending, according to Matt Mackowiak.
Corey Lewandowski Is A Patsy
The questionable spending revealed by the FEC filing will all be dumped on Lewandowski, and that will end it if you’re the Trump campaign. After all, this guy was charged with simple battery already against reporter Michelle Fields during this very campaign. He’s a thug. Right?
Well, when you proclaim you only hire the best people and are worth 10 billion dollars, it’s not that easy. Lewandowski is a patsy. Trump told us so.
“It’s very possible that I could be the first presidential candidate to run and make money on it,” The Don told Fortune in 2000, during his first run for president.
He was referring to a $1 million motivational speaking deal he got from Tony Robbins that he timed to coincide with his campaign stops.
The Trump “campaign,” though I’ve seen city council runs with more sophisticated operations, is starting to look like a RICO case in the making. The campaign is bleeding funds out of its wherever. Its most expensive item in the FEC filing was $425,000 to book Mar-A-Lago. That’s not Corey Lewandowski’s hotel.
Draper Sterling LLC was registered in Delaware on December 2, 2015. A branch was registered in New Hampshire on March 25, 2016. So, both were created after Trump announced his candidacy. If Corey Lewandowski was running this scam, it didn’t exist until he started working for Trump.
Donald J. Trump For President, Inc. is registered as a non-profit in Washington, Iowa, New York, South Carolina, New Jersey, Oregon, Nevada, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and New Hampshire. It’s registered as a corporation in Virginia. Interestingly enough, it’s registered as “Foreign for Profit” in Florida.
I thought foreign could mean “out of state,” but Trump already has 12 “out of state” incorporations. Why does his political campaign need a “foreign” profit making business? Trump the businessman was duped by New Hampshire delegate Corey Lewandowski?
It becomes easier to understand why he doesn’t want to release his tax returns. With the constant scrutiny of a general election, the normal Trump strategy of defending, denying and deflecting becomes more difficult.