Trump’s Embezzlement of Foundation Funds

ARTICLE UPDATE:   http://www.politico.com/story/2017/06/09/eric-trump-foundation-new-york-attorney-general-eric-schneiderman-239358


 

AFTER READING THIS BLOG, TAKE ACTION:

Click here to my website to download an official complaint form to the New York Attorney General Charities Bureau to demand that Donald & Melania Trump be treated like anybody else who embezzles non-profit funds:

http://janbtucker.com/jb_tucker_in_action

In an un-reported move by the mainstream media, the Trump Foundation on October 26, 2016 got around to “nunc pro tunc” (after the fact) filing its paperwork with New York State going back to it’s bylaws from 1987 because it didn’t have the legal right to even raise funds without the requisite filings.  HOWEVER, as you’ll see below, no amount of paperwork can absolve Donald from embezzling the Foundation’s funds.  The Foundation’s bylaws clearly state:

The Donald J. Trump Foundation, Inc. is established. as a Type B not-for-profit corporation to provide monetary or financial aid exclusively for charitable, religious, scientific, literary or educational purposes, and to solicit, receive, maintain and disburse funds for these purposes, all as more specifically set forth in its Certificate of Incorporation.

and:

No director, officer, or employee of or member of a committee. of or person connected with the Corporation, or any other private individual shall receive at any time any of the net · earnings or pecuniary profit from the operations of the Corporation

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Buying a painting of Donald Trump with $10,000 of Foundation Funds and hanging it in a for-profit bar at Mar-a-Lago is not consistent with the law or the by-laws.  See https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/09/21/how-a-univision-anchor-found-the-missing-10000-portrait-that-trump-bought-with-his-charitys-money/

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My proposal to add 18 USC 671 to federal law to deal with Donald & Melania's Trump's non-profit embezzlement

My proposal to add 18 USC 671 to federal law to deal with Donald & Melania’s Trump’s non-profit embezzlement

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UPDATE:

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