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Unread 2019-06-13, 15:21   #1
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"Ten U.S. cities claim President Trump’s campaign committee has not yet reimbursed them for public-safety costs associated with his presidential and campaign rallies, according to the Center for Public Integrity (CPI).

The cities, which include Mesa, Ariz., Erie, Pa., and Green Bay, Wis., have submitted a total of $841,219, with some of the invoices dating back to before his election in 2016.

In many cases, the campaign and the city governments did not enter into any signed agreements, simply deploying police officers as they believed was necessary for public safety and, in some cases, when asked by the Secret Service, according to the CPI.

Regardless of legal obligation, failure to pay invoices can have a “significant” impact on city finances, Richard Myers, executive director of the Major Cities Chiefs Association, told the nonprofit." (More)
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Unread 2019-06-14, 8:33   #2
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But I thought Trump absolutely loves all the GREAT PATRIOT FIRST RESPONDERDS.

It's almost like he doesn't mean it.
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Unread 2019-06-14, 8:50   #3
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The real America not that part where you live.

Guess he heard he could veto bills.
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