For John, BLUF: Remember, the motto is "All the news that's fit to print." Nothing to see here; just move along.
From The Hill, by Mr Brett Samuels, 2 October 2018.
Here is the interesting paragraph:
The Times interviewed former employees and advisers to Trump’s father, and reviewed more than 100,000 pages of documents related to the Trump family business, including bank statements, financial audits and invoices.I see two problems here:
- That one sentence paragraph looks like it is over 30 words. Sentences should be limited to about 20 words. I am not sure the Reporter is good enough to write this long a sentence. The original story treats this with a 30 word sentence.
- That The New York Times has access to over 100,000 pages of documents that are the private papers of Mr Trump. That seems like an improper
For sure, this confirms the social theory that even things you do as a youth will be used against you half a century later.
Hat tip to the Drudge Report.
Regards — Cliff