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Lost in the Sauce: The grift grows stronger as Trump's election prospects dim

There was a lot to cover for Lost in the Sauce, so I’m splitting it into two posts. This is part one, focusing on the most recent reporting regarding Trump’s campaign and how he has profited off the presidency.
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Trump money and properties

Deutsche Bank is reportedly seeking to cut ties with President Donald Trump after the election. According to Reuters, bank executives are tired of “the negative publicity stemming from the ties” to the Trump family. Deutsche Bank could seek to sell or demand repayment of about $340 million in outstanding loans to the Trump Organization.
After initially planning on an election night party at his own hotel, Trump changed venues and will now host a 400-person gathering in the East Room of the White House. The decision was reportedly made due to D.C. coronavirus restrictions and a lack of campaign funds. Instead, taxpayers will foot the bill to have the event on federal property. Trump’s hotel was sold out before the change of venue, meaning the president gets his big party and profits from his business.
  • There will still be some Trump figures at his D.C. hotel, down the street from the White House, and Trump has teased stopping by.
  • We do not know the precise cost of rooms for election night at Trump’s hotel, but CNBC suggests “standard guest rooms are going for over $1,000 per night, and the more expensive suites are going for just under $2,000.” Watchdog group CREW states that a basic room the night after the election costs nearly 5 times the average cost: a spoke from around $331 to $1,600.
The campaign to re-elect Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) appears to have received a deep discount on lodging at Trump International Hotel in Washington during the RNC in August. Such a discount would violate federal election law barring corporations from contributing directly to campaigns.
At least 150 foreign government officials have paid visits to Trump properties. One diplomat said: “Why wouldn’t I stay at [Trump’s] hotel blocks from the White House, so I can tell the new president, ‘I love your new hotel!’ Isn’t it rude to come to his city and say, ‘I am staying at your competitor?’”
The Department of Defense has nearly doubled its spending at a Scotland Airport over the past 18 months. The unprecedented level of US defence spending at Prestwick will also raise further questions about whether US aircrews are continuing to stay at the US president’s loss making Turnberry resort, located just 23 miles south of the airport. Furthermore, Prestwick’s parent company has received nearly £25m from the Trump administration.
  • Reminder: As of Sept. 2019, the U.S. Air Force had lodged crews at Trump’s Turnberry resort up to 40 times. An uptick in spending at Prestwick makes it likely that the DoD is spending more at Turnberry, as well, lining the president’s pockets.
Newly-obtained financial documents obtained by WaPo show at least $2.5 million in taxpayer funds have been spent at Trump properties. Much of that spending was triggered by Trump’s travel, or the travel of his family and aides. Highlights:
  • When Trump hosted Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago in April 2017, Trump hosted a formal dinner at the club - Trump charged the government more than $7,000 for the 30-person dinner, including charges for wine, floral arrangements and decorative potted palm trees. The bill appears to include Trump’s own meal.
    • During Xi’s visit to Mar-a-Lago, State Department records show, a group of White House staffers kicked the bartender out of a bar at Mar-a-Lago and served themselves. The club later sent the government a bill for what they drank: 54 drinks of tequila, vodka and bourbon at $15 or $16 each, plus service charge.
    • Their first meeting was a brief one on the couch in Mar-a-Lago’s central living room. No food was served. But Trump’s club charged taxpayers for each glass of water at $3 a pop.
  • In April 2018, Trump hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago. The club sharply increased its charges for flowers, billing the government $6,000 for two days’ work. The florist signed a non-disclosure agreement.
  • Trump’s club in Bedminster, N.J., charges the Secret Service $17,000 a month, every month, from May to November each year.
The son of former Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy helped Donald Trump in 2005 secure nearly $700 million in loans to construct a skyscraper in Chicago, despite Trump’s reputation for defaulting on business loans. Justin Kennedy, who ran Deutsche Bank’s commercial real estate team and was close with Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, was "drawn to Trump's risk-taking and glamour.”
The relationship paid off later when the Trump administration convinced Justice Kennedy to retire and make way for Justice Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the bench:
"Trump's flattery was part of a coordinated White House charm offensive designed to persuade the ageing justice — for years, the Court's pivotal swing vote — that it was safe to retire, even with an unpredictable man in the Oval Office."
Last year, Trump disclosed $61,045 in “consulting fees” that are apparently related to Trump Organization projects. It appears that Trump was paid for services he performed for his business while he also served as president. “The mere fact that a president might be engaged in for-profit consulting on the side is cause for concern.”
CREW estimates that special interests seeking to gain favor with the administration have likely spent more than $13 million at President Trump’s businesses since he took office. Such groups have hosted or sponsored 137 events at Trump properties since his inauguration.

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Trump’s top campaign strategist has been hiding payments from a Steve Bannon nonprofit under investigation & taking campaign salary through another firm. Additionally, Jason Miller made as much as $99,000 in one month, but paid as little as $500 in child support.
Trump’s campaign is making the default option for campaign contributions a repeating weekly donation that will continue through mid-December. Such a boost in post-election donations would help the campaign pay off debts that may carry over from the present until after the results have been declared.
Trump’s campaign has struggled to come up with money in the last stretch of the election, after wasting the majority of its $1 billion in funds. In January, Trump spent $10 million on a Super Bowl ad when he didn’t even have a Democratic challenger. Nearly $100,000 [was] spent on copies of Donald Trump Jr.’s book Triggered, which helped propel it to the top of the New York Times bestsellers list.
  • The AP report also lists: $912,000 spent on ads that ran on the personal Facebook pages of Parscale and Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson. A $250,000 ad run during Game 7 of the 2019 World Series, which came after Trump was booed by spectators when he attended Game 5. At least $218,000 for Trump surrogates to travel aboard private jets provided by campaign donors. $1.6 million on TV ads in the Washington, D.C., media market, an overwhelmingly Democratic area where Trump has little chance of winning but where he is a regular TV watcher.
In the final three days of the election, one of the most desirable billboards on the internet — YouTube’s home page — has been devoted exclusively to promote the re-election of President Trump. Working closely with Google last year, the Trump campaign locked in the key dates, including Nov. 1 and Nov. 2, with special early access that it was granted as part of an incentive program for big advertisers.
The Trump campaign still owes El Paso—a city facing a coronavirus disaster—$569,000 for his 2019 rally. “We're told even if we filed suit, chances of collection are slim,” El Paso mayor Dee Margo said. El Paso county has one of the highest covid cases adjusted for population outside of the Dakotas, at 181 cases per million people.
Louis DeJoy gave over $685,000 to Trump’s Republican convention committee just five weeks before he became Postmaster General. Link
In the week leading up to Election day, the Trump campaign put his supporters in dangerous and life-threatening situations, including twice ditching rally-goers in very cold temperatures with no transportation.
  • Hundreds of people who attended Trump’s Omaha rally Tuesday evening spent up to three hours in freezing temperatures waiting for buses to take them back to their cars. Several people who were waiting required medical attention.
  • On Saturday night, thousands of attendees of a Trump rally at the Pittsburgh-Butler Regional Airport in Butler, Pennsylvania, were left waiting for hours for bus transportation back to their cars. Reporters on the scene said the temperature was 41 degrees.
  • Then, the next night, Trump fans were stranded in Rome, Georgia, after not enough buses arrived to ferry people from the president's rallies back to their cars. NBC News Washington reporter Julie Tsirkin tweeted that it was "46 degrees and windy in the area tonight," adding in a second post that "some of the folks left stranded were older and disabled."
  • 17 attendees of Trump’s Thursday rally in Tampa, Florida, required medical attention after spending hours in the 90 degree heat. A dozen people were reportedly taken to the hospital.

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The Interior Department released a “propaganda” video praising President Trump’s efforts in office less than a week before the election. Text in the video hailed Trump for “preserving the awesome majesty of God’s great creation” and, in a tweet sharing the production, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt said it celebrated Trump’s “historic feats for conservation.”
“This video seems to be one in a pattern of Interior Department making propaganda video,” watchdog group CREW said. “It seemed to be for the express benefit of President Trump. Tinpot dictators use every resource of their government to keep themselves in power.”
Trump’s three energy and environmental agency heads have been frequently touring swing states in the final month ahead of the election, raising questions about whether the administration is improperly using government resources to boost his reelection bid. Government ethics experts are concerned the travel from these officials could be used to win votes for Trump in key battleground states.
In October, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler, Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette, and Interior Secretary David Bernhardt all traveled to battleground states, including Florida, Pennsylvania, and Ohio...A consistent message on many of these trips: Trump’s support for job creation, whether it's for manufacturing in Ohio, agriculture in Florida and Georgia, or energy in Pennsylvania, at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has spurred widespread job losses and talks for a new aid package in Congress have collapsed.
Similarly, White House national security adviser Robert C. O’Brien visited two swing states - MN and WI - days before the Nov. 3 election. In Minnesota, O’Brien attended a roundtable on mining; Both Trump and Pence have visited the area to underscore their support for copper-nickel mining, which Republicans see as a way of motivating voters in the state’s Iron Range to support the president and down-ballot candidates. In Wisconsin, O’Brien visited the Fincantieri Marinette Marine shipyard to tour the facility and meet employees; O’Brien praised the shipbuilders for helping rebuild the U.S. military, a key talking point for Trump on the campaign trail.
House Democrats accused FCC Chair Ajit Pai of trying to “influence social media companies’ behavior leading up to an election” by announcing action on Section 230 rulemaking. Trump and his allies have accused social media companies of having an anti-conservative bias and improperly censoring conservative news. House Energy and Commerce Cmte. Chair and Subcommittee Chair: “the FCC’s rush to push President Trump’s agenda weeks before Election Day should be seen for the reckless and politically-motivated stunt that it is.”
Trump's plan to distribute $200 drug-discount cards to all Medicare recipients remains in limbo after officials missed an earlier goal of sending out millions of announcement letters and even some cards by Election Day. Officials say that there are still unresolved concerns about the legality and logistics of the nearly $8 billion plan.
"The program is approved and moving forward," the White House official said on Friday. "Cards will be sent out in the months of November and December," adding that all the cards would arrive by the end of the year.
Meanwhile, the Government Accountability Office has agreed to review the program's legality, according to a letter that GAO sent to Democratic lawmakers on Friday.
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Covid-19 Update for November 24: 1,115 new cases, 916 recoveries, 16 deaths + Announced Restrictions to Limit Covid-19 Spread

Data is taken from the Covid-19 portal and today's media availability by Premier Jason Kenney, Minister of Health Tyler Shandro, and Dr Deena Hinshaw. Minister of Eduation Adriana LaGrange, Deputy Minister of Eduation Andrew Courbold, and AHS CEO Verna Yiu were also present, but did not speak. Dr Hinshaw will be available every day this week.
There are currently enhanced measures in effect for multiple regions of Alberta. This link provides a quick summary of which ones are in effect for different regions of Alberta.
Top line numbers:
  • For values where "Current" and "Total" are the same, I have left results under Total
Value Current Change Total
Total cases +1,115 49,536
Active cases 13,349 +183
Cases with "Unknown source" 7,538 (88.0%) in last 7 days +168 (-1.6%)
Tests +13,617 (~8.19% positive) 2,141,346
People tested +5,871 1,426,119 (~330,350/million)
Hospitalizations 349 +20/+15 based on yesterday's post/portal data 1,652 (+31)
ICU 66 +4/+1 based on yesterday's post/portal data 298 (+5)
Deaths +16 (3x 60-69, 70-79, 10x 80+) 492
Recoveries +916 35,695
Spatial distribution of people tested, cases, and deaths (since yesterday):
  • All other values are compared with respect to yesterday
Zone Active Cases New People Tested Total New Cases Total New Deaths Total
Calgary 4,903 (+58) +2,501 576,317 +426 20,609 +0 186
Central 830 (+18) +558 122,306 +65 2,175 +2 14
Edmonton 5,991 (+512) +1,921 476,491 +541 19,692 +14 208
North 764 (+16) +615 136,174 +79 3,343 +0 44
South 640 (-15) +235 91,712 +31 3,559 +0 40
Unknown 75 (-31) +41 23,119 -27 158 +0 0
Spatial distribution of cases for select cities and regions (change since yesterday) (cities proper for Calgary and Edmonton):
City/Municipality Total Active Recovered Deaths
Calgary 17,106 (+367) 3,884 (+105) 13,053 (+262) 169 (+0)
Edmonton 16,311 (+427) 4,815 (+114) 11,306 (+299) 190 (+14)
Brooks 1,271 (+4) 46 (+2) 1,212 (+2) 13 (+0)
Lethbridge 886 (+4) 171 (-5) 708 (+9) 7 (+0)
Fort McMurray 626 (+17) 158 (+11) 466 (+6) 2 (+0)
High River county 600 (-1) 29 (-2) 564 (+1) 7 (+0)
Grande Prairie 444 (+2) 78 (-4) 362 (+6) 4 (+0)
Mackenzie county 428 (-1) 8 (-2) 409 (+3) 13 (+0)
Red Deer 425 (+12) 141 (+0) 284 (+12) 0
Medicine Hat 228 (+9) 103 (+2) 123 (+7) 2 (+0)
I.D. No 9 (Banff) 186 (+5) 152 (+0) 34 (+5) 0
Cardston county 156 (+1) 34 (+1) 117 (+0) 5 (+0)
Wheatland county 138 (+2) 23 (-4) 115 (+6) 0
Wood Buffalo municipality 100 (+3) 27 (+1) 73 (+2) 0
Warner county 98 (+1) 17 (+1) 80 (+0) 1 (+0)
Rest of Alberta 10,533 (+263) 3,663 (-37) 6,791 (+298) 79 (+2)
Municipalities with 10+ active cases is given at this link
Schools with outbreaks are listed online.
Quick numbers (since yesterday):
  • 65 schools are on Watch (+1)
  • 117 schools have 2-4 cases (+3)
Spatial distribution of hospital usage (change based on yesterday's post):
  • Hospitalization zone are where the patient is receiving care, not zone of residence
Zone Hospitalized ICU
Calgary 115 (+10) 16 (+2)
Edmonton 169 (+6) 39 (+0)
Central 18 (+0) 3 (+1)
South 25 (+0) 5 (+0)
North 21 (+4) 3 (+1)
Statements by Premier Kenney
Opening Statements
  • Pandemic is "once in a century" event that has affected everyone
  • Has received lots of heartbreaking/heartfelt letters and read some out of them in the meeting last night
  • Letters include concerns about family impacts and economic impacts, as well as the loss of life
  • Has phoned front line healthcare workers over weekend and sought out their advice
  • Has noted the hesitation of further restrictions before and focus on targeted measures. The vast majority of Albertans have worked to the guidelines
  • Spread is speeding up and is significant at long term care. We need to do "everything we can" to protect them. That requires dedicated work from the community
  • Must also protect healthcare system. Healthcare system is at risk, and Edmonton Zone is an example of the trade offs that now must be made. Other services will have to be put on hold if the trend continues, even with the spending in it
  • Measures below were not taken lightly. These are the "minimum restrictions needed" right now to protect healthcare system and avoiding widespread damage to livelihoods
New Measures
  • Declaring a State of Public Health Emergency in the province of Alberta
  • Series of mandatory measures also approved:
  • For social gatherings: No indoor social gatherings will be permitted in any setting and outdoor social gatherings will have a limit of 10 people
  • For funerals and weddings: 10 in-person limit and no receptions will be permitted
  • Social events have been one of the biggest driver of cases. Weddings and funerals are one of the biggest widespread drivers of transmission ("This is just a reality")
  • These social gathering restrictions are province-wide and can be subjected to fines
  • An emergency alert will be sent to all Alberta phones this week to make Albertans aware
  • Gatherings of worship services will be capped of 1/3 of Fire Code with mandatory masking if region is under enhanced status. This is now mandatory. This will be evaluated mid-December
  • Effective Friday, for regions under enhanced status, three temporary restrictions will be added at businesses and services:
  • (1) The following will be closed: banquet halls, conference centres, trade shows, concert venues, community centres. All levels of sport too, but must apply and have an approved exemption
  • (2) Retail businesses and services will be limited to 25% of occupancy limit
  • (3) Hair salons, personal wellness services, hotels, and professional services will be limited by-appointment
  • In-person dining and bars can continue, but must abide by guideline. Each dining tables will be limited to 1 household
  • Asking all workers that can work from home to do so. Government of Alberta will do so
  • These will be reviewed in mid-December
  • On November 30th, Grades 7-12 will end in-person schooling for 2020 and Winter break will begin December 18. In-person learning will be delayed until January 11, 2021
Closing Statements
  • Effective immediately, masks are mandatory in Edmonton and Calgary Zone
  • The measures are tough, but necessary to protect Albertans from a "crushing lockdown"
  • Knows this will be hard and encourages people to shop local
  • Will give a chance to review before Christmas
  • If the measures do not have meaningful impact, further restrictions will be made in December
Q&A - Announced Restrictions
  • Alberta has had some of the least stringent measures and highest cases rates. Is today's announcement that it failed? Why are we doing the "minimum"?: Thinks the response has been effective for a long stretch of time. Obviously an issue has cropped up in the past few weeks. Also notes a "chase after 0 [cases]" shutdown won't be the goal and that restrictions and interventions, in accordance with Charter of Rights, should be limited to minimizing infringement of rights to achieve a goal
  • How will you enforce gathering restrictions?: No "snitch line", but will be expanding enforcement officers (Level 1 and 2 peace officers) to enforce orders and writing the tickets (up to $1,000/person). Anticipates officers will see if obvious "large gathering signs" will be noticed
  • How is in-person dining not "indoor gatherings"? How do you feel about doctors recommending closing in-person dining?: Notes dining is one household and limited spread in dining centres and asks those with a secure paycheck ("particularly a government paycheck") to think about those who sink life savings in dining services
  • Why are stores being restricted if they are not a significant cause of spread?: Compares well to other provinces who have fully closed retail. Thinks it was a grave mistake to allow big box stores to remain open because they had grocery/pharmaceutical sections while small businesses must close. That said, restrictions must be made to limit social spread
  • Due to challenges with Albertan spread information, what data is being used to make the decisions?: Points to data from previous 8 months
  • Are you confident that these measures will control cases by December 15?: Yes. Notes the challenging balance between infringement of rights and controlling cases. Also hopes this will be a "wake up call" to those not following the guidelines
  • (Interjection - I felt this was important and it needs to be separated from the above question). Kenney recognizes he will get quite a few people "on [his] Facebook page" angry at the restrictions. Wants to emphasize this is not a lockdown. Nor is this an abstraction. If you know someone waiting for surgery, this is to protect them. It's not about politics, but for them. It's not something he wants to do and is upset about the situation. But it's not enough to complain. Challenges people to explain how to grapple with timely healthcare access if Covid continues to spread and more need care
Q&A - Future Restrictions
  • How bad will it have to be to announce a lockdown?: Would like to avoid it if possible. Key metric will be hospitalization (in particular, ICU), measured against capacity. (Interjection - The wording of the rest of the response was focused on more targeted measures if these restrictions do not limit spread within 3 weeks)
  • Are there specific thresholds for lift measures/add more measures?: On 15th of December, reproductive value (R) must be <1 to lift measures. Ideal target is 0.80. We are currently at 1.3 in Edmonton, 1.1 in Calgary
Q&A - Other
  • Where is Alberta when it comes to vaccine and rapid testing?: Alberta depends on the federal government. Notes disappointment in the slow roll out of rapid testing (though 577,000 tests have been delivered). Hopes to announce more roll out details in the week. For vaccine, Oxford trial has also headed to mass production (giving Canada 3 incoming vaccines). When it arrives, will likely begin with healthcare workers and vulnerable populations
Statements by Minister Shandro
Further details on the above guideline
  • Indoor social contact should be limited to you household. If you live alone, you may have two non-household social contacts
  • Indoor social gathering gatherings doesn't apply to home based services
  • Funeral/wedding gathering limits can result in $1,000 fine, up to $100,000 through courts
  • Additional details for restaurants/bars/pubs/lounges: Must follow 4 points: (1) 6 person/table limit, all from one household, (2) same note as above for single person household (and limited to the same two people), (3) only seated eating/drinking allowed, (4) no other services are allowed (e.g. billiards/darts)
  • Encourages takeout/delivery/curbside pick up when possible
  • Enhanced screening of measures will begin
  • Retail services extends to bingo halls, fitness, pools, etc. No group fitness is allowed, nor team practice or games
  • Casinos can be open for slots only and follow the liquor laws of bars and casinos
  • 25% limit includes grocery, pharmacies, clothing, computer, hardware, automotive stores, etc
  • Doctors can continue in-person care
  • Diploma exams will be optional - parents may choose to seek an exemption
AHS Capacity
  • Working with AHS to expand capacity
  • Commits that AHS will have all the resources needed to respond
  • But AHS also needs people to change their behaviour
Statements by Dr Hinshaw
  • Dip in case number was due to fewer tests
  • Active Alerts/Outbreaks (1+ active cases) in 318 schools (~13%), with 1,135 cases. 181 schools with outbreaks (2+ active) with 65 on watch list (5+)
  • 103 deaths in last 2 weeks. Of them, 62 were in continuing care and 12 in acute care. Of the 29 community deaths, 14 were <70 years old
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