Monday, July 25, 2016

TRUMP VETTING POTENTIAL FEDERAL RESERVE CHIEF




Donald Trump has been making the rounds in numerous interviews the last few weeks, never relenting on his calls to make America great again. Most recently, he’s been discussing who he would have fill his Cabinet should he be elected. His choices will make liberals and their cohorts in the media go absolutely insane.

One pick which may be particularly controversial is his choice for head of the Federal Reserve. The billionaire is reportedly vetting his own father in law Viktor Knaves.

"I don't care if he's a Communist." Trump told Fox News in a phone interview. "Even though Viktor still lives in Slovenia, he loves America.His close ties with Russia and his experience with Communists have made him very wise with money.Not to mention he looks a lot like me."

Malaria Trump,the 45-year-old former model grew up in the small town of Sevnica, which before the break-up of Yugoslavia in the 1990s was under the dictatorship of Marshall Tito and satellite state of the USSR.

Although her dad was a registered Communist, her mum Amalija wasn’t.

It is pretty exceptional, as at that time only around five per cent of Slovenians were Communist party members.

"I don't care if he's a Communist." Trump told Fox News in a phone interview. "Even though Viktor still lives in Slovenia, he loves America.His close ties with Russia and his experience with Communists have made him very wise with money. Not to mention he looks a lot like me."

While Republicans have stirred a lot of controversy over past socialist affiliations of President Obama and Presidential candidate Hilary Clinton, Trump insists this situation is totally different.

"No, the Communism won't rub off on me," Trump said, "I asked Viktor and he promised me if I gave him the job he wouldn't be a communist any more. Besides, I'm a White Christian male. Unlike with women and The Blacks we are pretty much immune to socialism."

Trump promises to release a full list of potential cabinet members in time for the general election in November.