A successful business venture that makes money? You’ve got an issue with that, eh?
How Bernie of you.
Unlike Rafael, Trump is a businessman, not a parasitical government employee for life. One signs checks on the front, the other on the back.
If you want to go back to 2004, Heidi Cruz was employed by Condi Rice over at the CFR authoring the North American Union report for the Bush administration.
Stones and glass houses.
funny that people condemn Cruz for essentially borrowing his own money when his opponent, Trump, was perfectly comfortable working with banks for decades and for letting them bail him out of multiple messes:
I don’t have any issue with Trump for using bankers (and in the case of the Taj Majal using junk bonds to finance the deal at 14% which led to bankruptcy), nor do I have any issue with him using bankruptcy to protect himself. I do have an issue with his supporters calling the “kettle black” by not acknowledging that their guy, Trump, has a long, long history with bankers and banks that goes far beyond any that Cruz has.
Trump’s “businesses” rely on favorable policies which were conveniently supplied through political bribes and kickbacks.
Cronyism is part of the problem and one of its main contributors is only going to expand on it. A paler version of Barak Hussain Obama with a bad toupee.