Trump Accepted Money From Russian Oligarchs?

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( – Alyssa Farah Griffing, the former communications director of the White House argued that there was “no question” on whether or not former President Donald Trump would accept funds from foreign sources in order to pay off his almost half-a-million bond in his New York civil fraud case. 

On Thursday, Farah Griffin, who previously served in the Trump administration, told CNN’s Sara Signer that Trump lacked a “moral compass” when it came to where America stood in the world and how the country interacted with its adversaries. He added that Trump put his own interests above those of the country, which is why there was no doubt that he would accept the money he needed even if it was offered to him by a Chinese or Russian business official. 

Farah Griffin has also claimed that Trump is currently facing an “incredibly bad” situation and that it has caused harm to his brand. As she argued, Trump was completely “losing it on social media” following the decision and the fast-approaching deadline for him to secure the necessary funds. 

As she commented, what she was worried about is the fact that when Trump is backed into a corner, he makes reckless choices. As she pointed out, soon they could likely start seizing Trump’s properties, which could prompt him to look elsewhere for assistance. 

Farah Griffin also pointed out that it could either be individuals or adversaries within nations to lend him the money he requires. 

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