Trump Acts to Support by Donating $100k Paycheck To ‘Repair Monuments’ After Mobs Destroyed the Statues
On Friday, Donald Trump declared, to rebuild national monuments he would contribute his quarterly $100,000 presidential payment to the National Park Service.
Donald Trump tweeted that he was giving them cash to ‘help restore and reinstate our GREAT National Monuments. So valuable to our American history!
Mr. Trump Has Declined to Separate from Business Profits While in Office and Received More Than $446m in 2019
To blaze up his re-election crusade amidst trailing poll figures, it comes as the president concentrates on a law and order speech.
At Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, during a bothersome Fourth of July speech, the president criticized left-wing elites who aim to ‘rip the statues of our founders and unleash a wave of violent crime in our cities’.
Throughout Black Lives Matter protests against police violence that have spread around the country this summer in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, a black man who died in police guardianship on Memorial Day, shrines that were built for projecting slaveholders and Confederates were battered.
A director requisition promising 10-year prison sentences for the destruction of federal buildings, monuments, and statues was released by President Donald Trump in June. To gather personal information from protesters supposedly threatening statues and federal property, agents were permitted by the Department of Homeland Security.
Mr. Trump has maintained his 2016 campaign promise and contributed his salary to a different government bureau each quarter. He is not the first to do so. John F Kennedy and Herbert Hoover donated their complete earnings while serving in the White House. Barack Obama provided more than $1 million to generous causes whilst in the department.
According to newly published economic discovery records from the Office of Government Ethics, Mr. Trump made $446m last year and $434m in 2018.
Economic revelations also disclosed that the president’s daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner, who also maintain White House positions, earned at least $36m last year.
Government watchdogs claim that the annual economic leaks only a narrow and opaque window into the assets of the president and his family.
Financial Breakthroughs of Mr. Trump Do Not Reveal His Wealth Trail
Corresponding to nonprofit association Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, ‘Although the form indicates hundreds of millions of dollars in income, it provides no information about where all that money arrived from’.
The association said, ‘President Trump’s rejection to dissociate from his business empire generated a situation where special interests, foreign governments, and others are trying to curry support with his administration by demeaning and spending more at his assets. Trump’s interest in these businesses has steered him to collect more than 3,200 conflicts of interest since taking office.’
Disclosed is an inquiry from the Washington Post, the leader also gains from taxpayer-funded authority refunds from his Secret Service stays at homes he owns.
Despite a White House financial plan to cut millions of dollars from the agency, Donald Trump was slammed for his $100,000 contribution to the Department of Health and Hospitals in March at the beginning of the COVID-19 epidemic.