Saturday, August 27, 2016

Donald Trump's Manager: 'He Didn't Want the Girls Going to School With Jews'

After Hillary's tough speech Trump claimed not to know 'anything about any Alt Right.'

Sure. It's just that over half of his RTs are from the Alt Right but clearly they are a marginal group for the Trump campaign.

Of course he said the same thing about David Duke too. 'I know nothing about any white supremacists' as if that's the first time in his life he'd ever heard of David Duke and the KKK. Of course his daddy went to a KKK rally and was arrested.

Meanwhile he has Breitbart in running his campaign now. Steve Bannon is his manager. Sure, that's just a marginal position in the Trump campaign.

Speaking of Bannon:

"Steve Bannon's ex-wife in divorce filings: "he didn’t want the girls going to school with Jews.”

"Didn't want his girls to go to school with Jews. Trump didn't want 'black guys counting his money.'

Another thing common in the Trump team? Guys with a history of abusing women. Corey Lewandowski pushed that female reporter.

Trump has Ailes advising him. And now there's Bannon:

"Stephen Bannon's appointment as chief executive of Donald Trump's campaign has drawn scrutiny to his personal history, including a 1996 arrest in a domestic-violence case that was ultimately dismissed."

"Court records show that Bannon was charged with three misdemeanors in Santa Monica, California, on Feb. 22, 1996, after his then-wife claimed he attacked her."

"During a legal battle more than a decade later, after the couple divorced, Bannon's ex-wife also claimed in court papers that he objected to their daughters attending a Los Angeles school because of the number of Jewish students there. A personal spokesperson for Bannon denied the claim Friday."

"In the police report regarding the alleged 1996 domestic violence incidentobtained by Politico and confirmed by NBC News, she claimed that during a New Year's argument about finances, she spat at Bannon and he "reached up to her from the driver's seat of his car and grabbed her left wrist."

"He pulled her down, as if he was trying to pull [her] into the car, over the door," the report said, adding that Bannon also "grabbed at [her] neck" and that she struck at his face to get free.

As his wife, the mother of infant twins, dialed 911, Bannon "jumped over her and the twins to grab the phone from her," the report states. "Once he got the phone, he threw it across the room."

"Police said they saw red marks on her wrist and neck and that she told them three or four previous arguments had also become physical."

"Bannon was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence, battery and dissuading a witness."

"He pleaded not guilty to the charges — and about six months later, the case was dismissed after prosecutors said they could not find his wife, court documents show."

"Police now say the report was mistakenly made available to Politico."

The police are covering for him?

But notice that while the charges were dismissed it doesn't leave you feeling like there was nothing to see here. Why couldn't they find her? She was 'asked' very politely to leave town.

According to Bannon's ex-wife, police arrived and photographed her neck and arm "and took a police report."

She claimed that Bannon and his defense attorney then told her to leave town so she couldn't testify against him.

"Respondent told me I had to leave town. That if I wasn't in town they couldn't serve me and I wouldn't have to go to court. He also told me that if I went to court, he and his attorney would make sure that I would be the one who was guilty."

In the 2007 filing, which involved a modification to their divorce agreement, she said she left town with their two children and didn't return until "the attorney phoned me and told me I could come back."

"Because I was not present at the trial, the case was dismissed."

So the charges were dismissed because she wasn't there and she wasn't there because Bannon and his defense attorney threatened her.

The next Trump manager: OJ Simpson?

P.S. Of course the other important guy with a history of abusing women in the Trump campaign? Trump himself who Ivana Trump claimed under oath in 1994 raped her over a 'bad hair day.'

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