Who Are These Oriental Men?

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Were Donald Trump’s piles of folders just filled with blank paper?

13 January, 2017 07:42

“At the end of Donald Trump’s press conference addressing fresh but unsubstantiated allegations of Russian ties, he gestured to a huge stack of folders next to him.

He announced the papers in the files were just some of the legal documents he had been signing to hand over his business interests to his sons prior to his inauguration as US president.”

Were Donald Trump’s piles of folders just filled with blank paper? – The Irish News

I do not recall seeing any Orientals around Trump? Do you? Do you know who these three men are? They look Chinese. They are wearing suits – foreign suits. Are they all wearing light-blue shirts? They are not from the Temp agency. These papers should be in the Presidential Archives. Write your Lawmakers and demand they be put in Public View! I should file a Freedom of Information form.

Trump: “These papers are just some of the many documents I’ve signed turning over complete and total control to my sons”

Trump is reinforcing a lie. He hates to read. If those papers are empty, these four know it. There is no labeling on the tabs.

John Presco

EUREKA! I found this on 8/17/2022; My theory that the FBI were looking for the divestment papers we see in the news conference – has some merit. They have to be – somewhere? No! Did New York Attorney General Letitia James figure it out – that the papers ARE BLANK? Also, there is no Executive Privilege because Trump has not been sworn in! How to make these non-existant papers DISAPEAR is THE TRICK. I would take a bunch of boxes out of the White House – in full view! Let the reporters take pics! THEN refuse to let ANYONE see what’s inside.

“The ruling is the latest setback for the Trump Organization since James took legal action in August to enforce about half a dozen subpoenas, including one issued to former Trump tax attorney Sheri Dillon of Morgan Lewis. The investigation has emerged as one of the biggest potential threats to Trump after he left office following a failed bid for a second term.”

“Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP wrongly asserted attorney-client privilege over some documents subpoenaed by New York Attorney General Letitia James and must hand them over by Feb. 4, state Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron ruled Friday after privately reviewing the disputed documents.”

I suspect Shei Dillon is The Informant. The Blank Paper Scam was exposed. Dillon may have encouraged Trump to run for President in order to increase his prestige around the world. There is very frightening possibility, that Trump was making secret deals with Kim Jong – who has said nothing about his buddy losing the election. I suspect MANY expected Trump to lose. When he won MANY hit the panic button, because The Press and our Intelligence, would be taking REAL GOOD LOOKS. What if Kim Jong is putting extreme pressure on the Trump Family – and MANY others. Does Jong want Trump back in the White House? When was the last time they communicated? Are those North Korean Agents stacking those papers? Study Trump as he talks about Kim. He wants to say – MUCH MORE! Kim has a Hit Team. He needs to be President again – real bad! When it comes to Trump……ASSUME THE WORSE! The guy with his back to us looks like he is an expert in martial arts.

TRUMP WAS NOT SUPPOSED TO WIN

John Presco

https://www.politico.com/f/?id=0000015b-2115-d4bd-a5df-bbd77cd10001

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Were Trump’s folders at the press conference filled with blank papers?

Huge piles of folders were just brought downstairs ahead of the Trump presser

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Trump: “These papers are just some of the many documents I’ve signed turning over complete and total control to my sons”

Erik Larson Friday, 29 January 2021 04:54 PM EST

A law firm that recently cut ties with Donald Trump’s real estate company was ordered to hand over communications to New York investigators looking into whether the former president’s business manipulated the value of assets for loans and tax breaks.

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP wrongly asserted attorney-client privilege over some documents subpoenaed by New York Attorney General Letitia James and must hand them over by Feb. 4, state Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron ruled Friday after privately reviewing the disputed documents.

“The court finds that many of the communications Morgan Lewis marked as privileged were communications addressing business tasks and decisions, not exchanges soliciting or rendering legal advice,” Engoron said in the ruling. “Similarly, any communications within Morgan Lewis speaking to public relations are of a business, not legal, nature.”

The lawyer representing Morgan Lewis in New York’s legal action, Timothy Stephens, and spokeswoman Emily Carhart didn’t immediately respond to emails and voice mails seeking comment on the ruling.

Latest Setback

The ruling is the latest setback for the Trump Organization since James took legal action in August to enforce about half a dozen subpoenas, including one issued to former Trump tax attorney Sheri Dillon of Morgan Lewis. The investigation has emerged as one of the biggest potential threats to Trump after he left office following a failed bid for a second term.

Morgan Lewis and another firm, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, earlier this month became the latest in a growing list of firms to say they’re cutting ties with Trump and his companies. Seyfarth cited the former president’s role in stoking the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, while Morgan Lewis declined to offer a reason.

A focus of the New York probe is the appraisal of Seven Springs, a property on 212 acres in Westchester County, outside New York City. James is examining whether Trump’s company gave an accurate valuation for the property when it served as the basis for about $21.1 million in tax deductions for donating a conservation easement for the 2015 tax year.

Trump’s son Eric Trump, who was also involved in the Seven Springs deal, was deposed under oath before the November election after losing an effort to delay being questioned.

Trump Pushes Morgan Lewis Center Stage

Jan. 11, 2017, 11:43 AMListen

It’s not often that a Big Law partner is thrust into the international spotlight in the way that Morgan Lewis & Bockius’ Sheri Dillon was on Wednesday morning.

In his first press conference since July, President-elect Donald J. Trump introduced Dillon as the lawyer tasked with ironing out any conflicts created by his myriad business interests before he sets foot in the Oval Office.

Dillon’s role was to reassure the public that by letting his sons run his business empire, her billionaire client, Trump, will enter the highest office in the nation with no business conflicts — just like all his predecessors. But she didn’t sugar coat it: The primary conflicts of interest rules that other politicians must follow do not apply to the President, Dillon said at one point.

She faced long odds that her press conference performance would go off as an easy, non-remarkable experience. Indeed, the Twitterati did not waste any time or put the kid gloves on when reviewing how she performed:

Yeah, Sheri Dillon of@MorganLewisLawdidn’t seem thrilled to be speaking at#TrumpPressConference; I got a little hostage video vibe.https://t.co/pSr7YA8tsF

— David Lat (@DavidLat)January 11, 2017

With Trump and Vice-President elect Mike Pence standing off to her side, Dillon dutifully read from a script about how Trump had instructed her to completely separate him from his business interests.

She added that he’s not shutting down his businesses, and therefore divesting his interests and putting the money into a blind-trust is “not possible.”

“President-Trump can’t un-know that he owns Trump Tower,” Dillon read, “and the press will make sure any new developments at the Trump Tower are well-publicized.”

But she added, the president has instructed her and her law firm partners to completely isolate Trump from the responsibility of managing his companies. That didn’t seem to reassure many journalists.

so far this rando lawyer’s only explanation of why Trump can’t divest is because it might sort of suck for him?

— Sam Biddle (@samfbiddle)January 11, 2017

Dillon did use the opportunity to give her law firm a shout-out, but it’s not clear that mentioning Morgan Lewis will be good publicity.

A few people noticed that this past May, Chambers & Partners bestowed Morgan Lewis as ‘Russia law firm of the year’ for the strength of its Moscow office — a distinction that took on an unexpectedly ominous note, given news reports on Tuesday night that Russian intelligence agents may have compiled a dossier of salacious, compromising information on Trump, and in light of reports that Russian intelligence tried to manipulate the election. Conspiracy theorists, take note!

Before it gets deleted, the law firm representing Donald Trump during his “press conference” earlier.pic.twitter.com/jhhOIWybJk

— Gabe Ortíz (@TUSK81)January 11, 2017

Ensuring the president has no business conflicts is rooted in the country’s early history: After Benjamin Franklin accepted a diamond-encrusted snuff box from France’s King Louis XVI in 1785, the U.S. enshrined rules in the Constitution, known as the Emoluments Clause, to prevent foreigners from buying off our politicians with gifts.

Dillon is a deeply experienced tax lawyer. After spending a year as a Vinson & Elkins partner, she joined Morgan Lewis in 2015, not long after the firm acquired many of Bingham McCutchen’s former lawyers — which is where Dillon had previously worked.

According to her firm bio , she represents clients in tax controversy matters, such as IRS examinations and appeals, and also helps clients with tax planning.

Based in Washington, D.C. and a graduate of Georgetown Law, Dillon also founded the Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic at the David A. Clarke School of Law to provide pro bono tax advice and legal services.

Representing the President-elect of the U.S. is likely to bring more attention to Dillon and her partners than ever before. Morgan Lewis and its tax group may well be ready to handle complicated matters, but as one reporter asked, will they want the attention?

#BigLawPR: Is any press good press?https://t.co/lOj9bbGcbz

— Katelyn Polantz (@kpolantz)January 11, 2017

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