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Ok, let's just quickly mention Paul Manafort, Trump Campaign Mgr. in 2016.  He's got his hands in the Russian "till" and then some.  He's been on somebody's payroll over in Russia & Ukraine for years now.  At last count he's up to north of  $40-million in payments from these sources.  Since 2000 he's bought several properties in Trump Tower and one in Ft. Lauderdale for ALL-CASH!  He Then turns around and places them in an LLC and then takes out a LOAN on the very properties that he paid for with ALL-CASH!  Can you say Money Laundering, Boys & Girls!

Let's move right on to Center Stage with Michael Cohen, Trump's Personal Lawyer AND Felix Sater, Trump's erstwhile business associate operating out of Trump Tower.

Michael Cohen, like Paul Manafort, bought multiple properties in Trump Tower and other Trump New York highrises.  Cohen was a solo operating personal injury lawyer and could still afford to buy high-priced condo units like these.  He and his brother, also a lawyer, then joined a small boutique New York law firm as a partner - Phillips Nizer, but stayed for less than a year.  What he brought to the firm other than personal injury expertise is hardly a reason to join or be asked to join such a legal firm.

He purchased his first Trump apartment at Trump World Tower at 845 United Nations Plaza in 2001. He was so impressed he convinced his parents, his in-laws and a business partner to buy there, too. Cohen’s in-laws went on [to] purchase two more units there and one at Trump Grande in Sunny Isles, Fla.

Cohen then bought at Trump Palace at 200 E. 69th St., and Trump Park Avenue, where he currently resides.  He’s currently in the process of purchasing a two-bedroom unit at Trump Place on Riverside Boulevard – so, naturally, Cohen’s next step is to purchase something at Trump Pla