Which questions have you thought of?
Question 1. How can you call yourself a “philanthropist” when you haven’t donate money to your own foundation since 2008?
You’ve given biggest far less to your foundation than Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Entertainment, which gave the Trump Foundation $5 million. This looks far more like a traditional tax shelter than it does a philanthropic organization.
Trump campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks provided a partial list of donations that appeared to correspond with the foundation’s gifts — indicating that Trump may be counting other people’s charitable giving as his own. ~ Business Insider
Question 2. Why have you been involved in so many lawsuits–is that your idea of leadership?
Question 4. Why has the president of the United States called you out for being unfit?
Question 5. Why did you cheat workers when you built Trump Towers?
“The Polish workers were obvious not only in numbers but also in appearance,” the judge wrote in his decision. “In contrast to the union workers, the nonunion Polish workers were distinguished by the fact that most of them did not wear hard hats.” Mr. Macari would appear on the site with cash to pay the Polish workers, the judge’s decision said, and at times the Polish workers staged “very visible work stoppages because they were not being paid their wages,” which at $4 or $5 an hour were at least less than half what union workers were paid.
Question 6. Are you a misogynist?
Question 7. Do you understand the Constitution’s First Amendment?
According Shortly after the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris, Trump told Fox News that the U.S. government should close mosques where “some bad things are happening…Nobody wants to say this and nobody wants to shut down religious institutions or anything, but you know, you understand it. A lot of people understand it. We’re going to have no choice. Some really bad things are happening.” Trump has also suggested that as president, he would enact new restrictions on the First Amendment’s guaranteed freedom of the press. “We’re going to open up those libel laws,” Trump said in February. “So when The New York Times writes a hit piece which is a total disgrace … we can sue them and win money instead of having no chance of winning because they’re totally protected.
Question 8. Why do you think the American Nazi Party and ex-Grand Wizard of the KKK support you?
Trump employees had secretly marked the applications of minorities with codes, such as “No. 9” and “C” for “colored,” according to government interview accounts filed in federal court. The employees allegedly directed blacks and Puerto Ricans away from buildings with mostly white tenants, and steered them toward properties that had many minorities, the government filings alleged.In October 1973, the Justice Department filed a civil rights case that accused the Trump firm, whose complexes contained 14,000 apartments, of violating the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
“Black guys counting my money! I hate it. The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day.”