A call girl? Dial M for Melania?

 

 

“Mrs. Trump has placed several news organizations on notice of her legal claims against them, including Daily Mail among others, for making false and defamatory statements about her supposedly having been an ‘escort”’in the 1990s,” Harder said in an email. ‘All such statements are 100% false, highly damaging to her reputation, and personally hurtful. She understands that news media have certain leeway in a presidential campaign, but outright lying about her in this way exceeds all bounds of appropriate news reporting and human decency.'”  [politico.com]

 

Melania’s taking the Mail to court

For alleging before Trump she was an escort.

She’s been photographed nude,

But perhaps just a prude

Would be prone to believe  she had been of that sort.

 

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  • In the meantime, Hillary does not sue The National Enquirer, even though she did not die of a heart attack lugging her 350 pound body onto the Hollywood stage last night.

    Of course, a troll we have here is judgment proof. Breitbart cut off his stipend.

  • And, in another news, in case someone with a short attention span forgot it:
    "Trump's immigration plan: Deport 'bad ones,' treat 'the rest' like Obama does "

  • Dial 'M' for misogynist.

    Another hit piece on a beautiful successful woman. A disparagement of the crown apparent to America's next Jackie O, while 'Cankles Capone' who jet sets the world stealing from poor African nations gets no mention.

    Hmmm, wonder how AW's women readers feel about seeing law abiding mothers being labeled as prostitutes over their beauty and success.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    It appears that she was a "loose woman" before she hooked a philandering Mr. Moneybags and became a mother. Maybe she used birth control. Does she have blood coming out of her whatever once a month? Did she breast feed Barron von Trump? Did her orange husband find that very, very disgusting?

    Has Breitbart published any nude pictures of Malia? Or allegedly of Mailia?

    BTW "Trump's immigration plan: Deport 'bad ones,' treat 'the rest' like Obama does ".

  • In reply to 4zen:

    I didn't label her. I presume she is innocent until proven not.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Thank you.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Well, 4zen, personally I don't see it as a label -- yet. AW's commentary and ours are valid explorations of an important question.

  • Ruh roh! even the President is running from the corrupt stink coming from the Clinton Foundation.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    4zen, do you have concrete evidence for calling the Clinton Foundation corrupt? Be specific.

    BTW, your characterization of the President's decision not to attend is uncharitable and narrow-minded as well as blindly partisan.

  • 'Stink' definition 2: commotion or fuss. In other words, not proven corruption but the commotion or fuss of the corruption controversy.

    The clamor over the Clinton Foundation is bi-partisan, even the liberal Huffington post has called for it's shutdown.

    It's not narrow minded to imagine Obama would stay away from this hot potato, it's the last leg of his Pesidency and there's little to gain for a potential disastrous photo op. The Clinton's reaped the rewards from this project let them take the risk.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    "Stink"="everything about Trump."
    "Stink"="everything about Bannon, also a slob."
    "Stink"="everything about Manafortm including a bald faced liar"
    "Stink"="everything about Charles Kushner, including his conviction, which is of record."
    "4zen"="Dead skunk in the middle of the road ...And it's stinking to high heaven"--Loudon Wainwright III.

    BTW "Trump's immigration plan: Deport 'bad ones,' treat 'the rest' like Obama does ".

  • In reply to jack:

    Maybe Trump will Obamaize himself some more then drop out to vote for Clinton.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    The commotion or fuss has been whipped up by Campaign Trump which includes White Supremacists and NeoNazis.

    Huffington Post may have recommended a shutdown of the Clinton Foundation, not because it is corrupt, but to remove it as a distraction and as a target for right-wing slurs.

    I don't think Obama, whose popularity is at an all-time, is worried abut a "potential disastrous photo op."

  • In reply to 4zen:

    BTW, where is the concrete specific evidence?

  • From the Associated Press. At least 85 of 154 people from private interests who met or had phone conversations scheduled with Clinton while she led the State Department donated to her family charity or pledged commitments to its international programs, according to a review of State Department calendars released so far to The Associated Press. Combined, the 85 donors contributed as much as $156 million. At least 40 donated more than $100,000 each, and 20 gave more than $1 million.

    The 154 did not include U.S. federal employees or foreign government representatives. Clinton met with representatives of at least 16 foreign governments that donated as much as $170 million to the Clinton charity, but they were not included in AP's calculations because such meetings would presumably have been part of her diplomatic duties.

    Whoa ho ho!! C'mon AW! Obama doesn't want any part of this.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    This foundation only pays out 10 to 8% to actual charity.

  • Where is the quid pro quo?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Did you read the article?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    That's what legal scholar 4zen, who got his legal education from Comedy Central, did not answer.

    As pointed out in the Blago case, especially with the 5 counts that were reversed, there has to be an actual bribe or attempt to bribe for there to be a quid pro quo. Asking for a meeting is not a quid pro quo, just like asking for a cabinet position if Valerie Jarrett is appointed is not a quid pro quo. Blago asking the Racing Executive for money to get a bill signed is soliciting a bribe. Similarly, trying to get some nonprofit to give Blago a make-work job in return for some official action was soliciting a bribe.

    Another distinction is that it would have to be shown that Hillary directly got the money, not that it went to the Foundation for its charitable purposes. I'm sure the foundation's tax returns have been reviewed. Again, the distinction from Blago is that Blago was not doing fundraising for his campaign fund, as Robert B claimed, but there was overwhelming evidence that Blago wanted out of being governor and intended to cash out his campaign fund.

    While there is stink here, don't take Mr. Red Herring's bait.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    'Stink, stank, stunk!'
    -Dr. Seuss

  • In reply to 4zen:

    That's the best the dead skunk in the middle of the country road can come up with? At least Dr. Seuss could conjugate verbs; this member of Trump's poorly educated could not on his own.

  • It's not on topic, but I can't resist noting the latest episode of Trump double talk as reported in this morning's Tribune. Trump claimed he was told by "very top police" that Chicago's murder rate could be eliminated in a week ." The Chicago PD denied that any in senior command had met with Trump. When asked about the contradiction, Trump's spokeswoman said, "He didn't say in the senior command." "Mr. Trump spoke with some talented and dedicated police officers on a prior visit."

    I guess Trump found a couple of patrolmen who agreed with him.

  • In reply to jnorto:

    The impression I got from the clips was that even so, Trump felt compelled to talk over O'Reilly when O'Reilly wanted details.

    No indication whether Jason van Dyke or John Burge was the police officer.

    Two other things showing hypocrisy, one on topic and one introduced by the reader of Dr. Seuss:

    1) Googling "Trump Mental Illness" basically comes up with various right wing sources decrying that people who have not examined Trump are coming to that conclusion. Yet the same right wing says it is o.k. to diagnose Hillary.
    2) There are various reports that Trump is using campaign funds to pay for office space in his buildings and copies of his book. It has been pointed out that if Trump is pocketing that money, he would be violating campaign finance laws, and, for instance, he would have to disclaim any royalty from the books. Looks like he learned something from his former Apprentice, Blago, or didn't need to learn it. Yet the Cat in the Hat couldn't answer the question about Hillary and quid pro quo. Again, the stink of conflict of interest engulfs Trump.

  • Horton heard a commercial for Southside with You and is running to the theater to be first in line.

  • Uh, oh, more trouble over at the 'island of mis-fit Hill-bots.'

  • Article explaining the Alt-Right, including the troll above.
    "It's an amorphous group of people who disdain establishment conservatives, show 'a willingness to be influenced by the European right' and believe American democracy has gone too far in an egalitarian direction." Also, "The movement largely swirls in online message boards and websites," like someone citing Austria's Economic Blitzkreig."Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, said in a statement that Trump's hiring of Breitbart News CEO Steve Bannon and others represents an 'alt-right shift' to the GOP fringe that 'tells voters everything they need to know about Donald Trump himself.'" Remember who was paid by Breitbart to post its links here.

    Of course, Hope Hicks was lying when she said" "Mr. Trump has never used or condoned that term and continues to disavow any groups or individuals associated with a message of hate." Has Trump denounced the American Nazi Party's endorsement?

  • In reply to jack:

    For those that lack 'a barnyard excrement' detector, let me summarize:
    'Those that that are fed up with establishment politicians who have given us perpetual war, 20 trillion in debt, a hollowed out middle class, increased racial strife, cost crushing healthcare, 0% savings rates, open borders and open bathrooms for Jack are racists!'

    'Meet the new boss same as the old boss.'
    -The Who

  • In reply to 4zen:

    You are just embarrassed that you and your ilk were described with precision.

    The real reason Trump is now telling the African Americans and Hispanics to vote for him is one I mentioned about 8 months ago--he can't win with 40% of 40% of the vote. Maybe the second 40% has stabilized to 60% with Cruz out, which would explain him polling now about 35%. There are not enough Alt-Right white poorly educated for him to win. So, you guys congregate on the dark web to plan your next line of insults.

    "Open bathrooms" You seem to have forgotten: Donald Trump OK With Caitlyn Jenner Using Any Bathroom in His Tower. Unlike you, he is not checking birth certificates at the restroom door.

    "Open borders": May I remind you: ""Trump's immigration plan: Deport 'bad ones,' treat 'the rest' like Obama does ""

    Finally, the proof that you are an Alt-Right was when you attacked Dennis Byrne as being a RINO and a progressive. No, the Alt-Rights are the RINOs. They really are fascists.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    And to reinforce my point that Trump and his followers are fascists, see this discussion in Library of Economics and Liberty. That essentially is Trump's economic and governance model.

    If 4zen were really concerned about "the old boss," he would have joined AW and be for Bernie, instead of repeating Trump's line about dissension in the Dem. party. Instead he only foments dissension.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    More on the Alt-Right and 4zen and friends tactics.

  • Getting back to the topic:
    1. Melania said she admired Michelle Obama, and undoubtedly is now on her way to see "Southside With You."
    2. "Mrs. Trump has placed several news organizations on notice of her legal claims against them." Yes, she did learn something from her future ex=husband. "I'm gonna sue."

  • In reply to jack:

    Didn't Melania know that being the wife of a presidential candidate would result in more scrutiny of her past?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    I don't know. Maybe she expected a more substantive attack, such as on her visa status when she was a nude model in NY. But considering that her nude pictures are all over the place, such as the New York Post, it isn't surprising that someone found something. The picture circulated by Cruz supporters was just the tip of the iceberg.

    Clearly, the New York Times vs. Sullivan line of cases prevents her from suing in the U.S. (as a public figure associated with politics), but I don't know what the status of libel law is in the U.K. Clearly, the estate of the late William Jefferson Clinton is not suing The National Enquirer.

    Also, I'm surprised that either she or the employee of The Trump Organization who plagiarized her speech didn't figure out that that would be exposed.

    But not surprising, considering that her current husband couldn't figure out that the press would discover that he used illegal Polish immigrant labor,didn't pay his subcontractors, is overly litigious, etc.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    On the other hand The Inquisitr retracted the story. Looks like it didn't want to risk becoming another Gawker. In fact, Liberal America points that out. You'll be hearing from the law firm of 4zen 4zen and Lewandowski in a few minutes.

  • Everything's coming up Hitler!

    It appears we've found Jack's transparent ilk, and they're singing a tired old song.

    Trump said. "When Democratic policies fail, they are left with only this one tired argument. 'You're racist, you're racist, you're racist,' they keep saying it, 'you're racist.' It's a tired, disgusting argument, and it's so totally predictable. They're failing so badly. It’s the last refuge of the discredited Democrat politician. They keep going back to the same well, but you know what? The people are becoming very smart. They've heard it too many times before. The well is dry."
    -Politico

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Saboteur 365? Really, 4zen?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    You mean you're worried my source is as flimsy as the source in this Melania hit piece?

    It appears the quotes are verifiable.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    No problem with this one. You prefaced it with Trump said.

    Did you learn psychological projection from him, or did he learn it from you? Or it is a common tactic around the Alt-Right dark web?

    a. Trump has not disclaimed the endorsement off the American Nazi Party.

    b. You aren't coming up with anything original. What is the url of the alt-Right social media site?

    c. How many votes have you picked up for the denying head of the alt-Right this week, sophomore (in the Greek sense)?

  • In reply to jack:

    Original? Jack, your playbook has been exposed going back to the 40's, there's not an original thought in your head.

    When failed by your intellect you simply run to your 'racist/fascist safe space', shamelessly turning an otherwise serious issue into a cliche.....You even came here using Hillary's nomenclature, acting like it was your own. fail.

    When one's paranoia begins calling conservative media the 'dark web', my suggestion is they're play too much D&D in mom's basement.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    You may go back to the 40s, but you have proven time and time again you are a plagarist, from "unhinged" to the "pickle jar." Maybe you will join the clown with the "pickle can" (I did watch JKL last night).

    And to what "serious issue" do you refer? Open bathrooms? Your candidate's position on that is real clear But you have no response to that.

    And while Hillary used the term, a web search indicates that it was well established before that, including your buds at Breitbart, before Hillary ever did.

    How are you so stupid to keep falling into these traps?

  • Since Mr. Red Herring has brought up both "open bathrooms" and Trump's own words, let's go back to the ABC link above:

    North Carolina should allow people to “use the bathroom they feel is appropriate,” Donald Trump said this morning of the state’s new law that bans people from using bathrooms that don't match the sex indicated on their birth certificate.

    “North Carolina did something that was very strong,” the Republican presidential front-runner told “The Today Show.” “And they're paying a big price,” a reference to the growing economic boycott against the state.

    State lawmakers should “leave it the way it is,” he added.

    If you don't want people with "M" on their birth certificates entering your bathroom, you need another candidate, 4.

  • And according to NBC News Cailtyn took Donald up on his offer.

    Looks like someone is going to burn in the fires of Gomorrah.

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