Donald J. Trump would be an excellent target for Kompromat. He is a lady's man with an out of control ego. He has always wanted the forbidden fruit. As a youth in his father's household, he broke the rules by making side trips to Manhattan. When he refused to comply, his father sent him to school at New York Military Academy to learn discipline.
After college, he joined his father's real estate development company, building middle-income apartments in Brooklyn and Queens. As soon as he took over, he went back to Manhattan, and built Trump Tower at 725 Fifth Avenue.
For Donald in the 1990s, the forbidden fruit came in the form of Casinos he purchased in New Jer-sey. He lost enough money that four companies he controlled filed bankruptcy.
He was a playboy, who married three times. In the 2000s, he looked abroad for the forbidden fruit. Russia became his focus. In 2013, he took his Miss Universe Beauty Pageant to Moscow. He made friends with the Agaralovs, an Azerbaijani family that was doing well in Russia. Aras Agaralov is a billionaire, who is well connected with the Kremlin.
Emin Agaralov is a pop singer. Rob Goldstone, former British tabloid journalist, is Emin's music publicist.
Trump wondered if Russia President Vladimir Putin would attend the Moscow Pageant. Trump tweeted, 'If so, will he become my new best friend?' Putin did not attend. Putin took an interest in Donald Trump, especially after Trump talked about running for president. Trump and Aras Agaralov discussed building a Trump Tower in Moscow. The Trump Organization started to view Russian Oligarchs like Aras Agaralov as sources of financing.
Trump had a ball with the Moscow Pageant. There is talk that a former Miss Hungary was in his room. If anything went on between Trump and the women in Russia, it is a certainty that the Russians have proof of it. It is evident that the Russians have something on Trump.
At the G20 in July 2017, Putin was the clear winner. The side meeting with Trump allowed only four participants and translators. Trump did not invite his own National Security Adviser, Gen. (Ret.) H.R. McMaster.
Trump did not push Russian Computer hacking and interference with the 2016 election. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in his debrief confirmed that Trump brought up the subject with Putin, who denied Russian involvement. Trump just let the matter go so Russia and the U.S. could agree on less controversial issues.
One of the first acts of Trump as President was to ask the State Department to lift sanctions imposed on Russia by President Obama. State Department officials resisted Trump's lifting of sanctions on Russia. Dan Fried, Chief Coordinator of Sanctions called Congress to warn of Trump's attempt to lift sanctions on Russia.
The Congress is working on a bill to codify sanctions. A bill to increase sanctions on Russia passed the Senate 97-2. President Trump and Speaker Ryan are trying to gut the Senate Bill in the House.
Putin is the clear winner in the Trump relation. The U.S. is divided by internal dissension. NATO is weakened. Europe and U.S. are divided. The world no loner looks to U.S. for leadership.
Putin controls Crimea and eastern Ukraine. Trump wants to drop sanctions on Russia, in defiance of Congress. Trump wants to allow Russia to use the facilities in Long Island and Maryland that President Obama shut down when he expelled thirty five Russian diplomats and spies.
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