Donald Trump once refused to pay a winner of a hole-in-one contest $1 million during a 2010 golf tournament, prompting the competition’s angry winner to sue the mogul, recently unearthed documents from the lawsuit show.
And when the GOP nominee finally settled the suit for $158,000, he did so with money from his charitable foundation, which is illegal.
Under the rules of the competition, Greenberg was entitled to a $1 million prize.
But the rules also stipulated that Greenberg’s shot had to travel at least 150 yards, a distance that Trump’s golf club, allegedly, made the hole short of, on purpose.
Eventually, Trump’s club and Greenberg settled the case, with the company agreeing to donate $158,000 to a charity chosen by Greenberg, which he later decided would be the Martin Greenberg Foundation.
The money given to Greenberg’s charity, however, came from the Donald J. Trump Foundation, tax forms for the mogul’s charity from 2012 show.
Leaders of nonprofit groups and charities are legally forbidden from using money that could benefit themselves or their personal businesses.
If he would, by some fluke of the laws of physics, get elected, how soon must congress wait before drafting letters of impeachment?
Going by his shady history which is being revealed more every day, it wouldn't be long until he did something impeachable.
that was my point . A "stashu of limitations" exists on most felonies except murder and treason, so crimes commited in his candidacy time, would they count as "crimes and/or ,misdemeanors"???, and therefire actionable by articles of impeachment?
Pretty sure he'd need to do something impeachable first.
We have quite the pair of numbskulls as out candidates.
People can't even point to a credible law that would have been violated let alone evidence she might have broken that law.
Face it. there are 2 knuckleheads running for President. Yet one has been part of the corruption in Govt for the past 30 years. And you want this to continue?
How about PERJURY??