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Trump Org Refutes House Democrat Report On Trump’s Finances: ‘The Narrative Is Insane’

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A report by House Democrats alleges that former President Trump’s businesses received around $7.8 million from 20 foreign governments during his term, potentially influencing his foreign policy.

The report also claims that Trump benefited from foreign emoluments, violating the Constitution.

Trump’s spokesperson dismissed the claims as ridiculous, stating that the organization implemented a program to track payments and donated the funds to the U.S. Treasury. (Trending: Pro Sport Announces Shock Decision On Transgender Athletes)

The report follows a multiyear investigation into whether Trump violated the emoluments clause.

Democrats accuse Republicans of burying evidence and focusing on investigations into the Biden family’s foreign business dealings.

“Department records confirm that the company donated $151,470 in 2018, $191,538 in 2019, $105,465 in 2020, and $10,577 in 2021, bringing the total to $459,050,” the report noted.

“We still don’t know the extent of the foreign payments that Donald Trump received—or even the total number of countries that paid him and his businesses while he was President—because Committee Chairman James Comer and House Republicans buried any further evidence of the Trump family’s staggering corruption,” Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) said.

“Despite these efforts, today’s report makes clear that former President Trump put lining his pockets with cash from foreign governments seeking policy favors over the interests of the American people.”

Trump’s supporters argue that the comparison between Trump’s business dealings and Biden’s family finances is invalid.

House Republicans are conducting an impeachment inquiry into the matter.

“There is a large difference between someone who leases commercial office space to a foreign company a decade ago … versus the son and family members of the Vice President extracting money from China, Ukraine, and Romania and others while providing no apparent or tangible goods and services,” spokeswoman Kimberly Beza said.

“It would be dishonest to not clearly distinguish between the two.”

“Democrats desperately want you to believe that diplomats in D.C. reserving hotel rooms or buying candied bacon at the Trump Hotel over four years is the same thing as Joe Biden converting his son into a bag man, to collect and then split with him the millions in graft he took from all around the world,” Trump campaign advisory panel member Jason Meister said.

“That bacon is really good by the way! I don’t blame the diplomats. Joe Biden is handily the most corrupt human being to ever occupy the Oval Office. The Biden family peddled influence in exchange for bribes,” he added.

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