Trump Foundation lacks the certification required for charities that solicit money – The Washington Post

“Under the laws in New York, where the Donald J. Trump Foundation is based, any charity that solicits more than $25,000 a year from the public must obtain a special kind of registration beforehand.”

Crooked Trump does not have enough money? He needs money from the charitable public also.   If any other individual or business tried to get away with this, it would have been caught within a few years, but somehow, not the Trump.                                                                                                                                                via Trump Foundation lacks the certification required for charities that solicit money – The Washington Post

The Environmental Protection Agency intentionally deceives the people of Puerto Rico; toxic dumps remain open and in operation. (Puerto Rico Limpio: “EPA engaña a los puertorriqueños”)

“EPA engaña intencionalmente al pueblo de Puerto Rico; vertederos tóxicos permanecen abiertos y en operación”

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) entered into agreements to close 12 municipal landfills since 2007, but most of these sites are still toxic, are operating, and are not complying with the law.

via Puerto Rico Limpio: ’EPA engaña a los puertorriqueños’

Report: Trump violated Cuba trade embargo

“In 1998 a company controlled by Trump spent at least $68,000 to reimburse consultants sent to Cuba to explore hotel opportunities on behalf of the company, according to Newsweek.”

Spending money in Puerto Rico is legal, and they are part of the United States, what’s wrong with spending some of that money there?                                                via Report: Trump violated Cuba trade embargo

Despite harsh reviews, Trump resists new debate approach – The Washington Post

“…a strategy focused on speaking directly to his white working-class loyalists across the Midwest.”

The adult will continue to win support as more debates prove a “huuuge” gap in focus and knowledge, so continue your private conversation with the gullible Midwest crowd that would love to buy a bridge in Brooklyn.                                                                                                                  via Despite harsh reviews, Trump resists new debate approach – The Washington Post

New Debate Strategy for Donald Trump: Practice, Practice, Practice – The New York Times

“Campaign advisers to Donald J. Trump, concerned that his focus and objectives had dissolved during the first presidential debate on Monday…”

Yep, that is what it looked like to any casual observer of that event. It is rare that not practicing or rehearsing for a difficult event yields positive results. That exemplifies the Trump’s poor judgement.  

via New Debate Strategy for Donald Trump: Practice, Practice, Practice – The New York Times

The Daily 202: Trump stumbles into Clinton’s trap by feuding with Latina beauty queen – The Washington Post

“The Democratic nominee set a trap for Donald Trump in the final minutes of the first debate, and he walked right into it.”

Stop mopping up the after-debate mess, the Trump refuses to move on. Keeps spending time defending his outrageous attacks on innocent people that are not even in politics. It is an obsession! Let it go… !Stop talking jive! The Trump likes to engage in “yo mama” type comments and that is not presidential.  Go back to entertainment where all those put-downs are usual and expected.                          via The Daily 202: Trump stumbles into Clinton’s trap by feuding with Latina beauty queen – The Washington Post

What Donald Trump Got Wrong on Stop-and-Frisk – The New York Times

“Murder is down 32 percent since 2011, the last year of the old stop-and-frisk era, having dropped to 352 homicides in 2015 from 515 in 2011.”

Crime went down without “stop and frisk”.  So is that the Trump’s strategy for “law and order”?  

via What Donald Trump Got Wrong on Stop-and-Frisk – The New York Times