Lynn De Rothschild has accused Donald Trump of deceiving voters according to her latest tweet.
Her Tweet said:
Anybody who thinks @realDonaldTrump will allow any of
this is a naive fool-he and family are laughing all the way to the
— Lynn de Rothschild (@LdeRothschild) November 15, 2016
The Rothschild family member Tweeted in response to journalist Will
Wilkinson Tweet, in which he suggested that Trump’s presidency would
tackle Anti-Corruption rules.
Wilkinson’s Tweet Said:
A great good-faith gesture from the incoming GOP congress
would be clearer anti-nepotism, conflict of interest, and
A great good-faith gesture from the incoming GOP congress would be clearer anti-nepotism, conflict of interest, and anti-corruption rules.
— Will Wilkinson (@willwilkinson) November 15, 2016
Donald Trump has been somewhat bold with his policies, but only time will tell if they are implemented properly. According to JTA.org
Jared Kushner, a son-in-law of President-elect Donald Trump and a key
campaign adviser, is considering counseling Trump without a salary to
work around federal anti-nepotism laws, according to reports.
Kushner, 35, is exploring the legality of staying on as an unpaid
adviser when Trump assumes the presidency.
Donald Trump’s Anti-Corruption proposals and lobbying reform are
welcomed by many, but there are also doubts he will be able to achieve
this due tot he fact that he is surrounding himself with the very people anti-corruption reform is intended to go after.
“Generally, there are some good things in here,” says Lisa Gilbert,
of the government watchdog group Public Citizen. “They’re mostly a step
in the right direction and things we’d agree with and want to see
He could well prove Lynn De Rothschild right, only time will tell.
By Jacky Murphy via Neon Nettle