Donald Trump y mafiosos Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno, jefe de la
familia criminal Genovesa y Paul Castellano, jefe de la familia Gambino.
So DD is facing trail - right AFTER the election - after a Federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) investigation surrounding Trump University.
Gosh, you mean Deadbeat Don is being tried on charges based on a law designed to put organized crime out of business? Gee, who'd a thunk it?
Actually, this should surprise no one as Deadbeat Don has apparently worked with organized crime at other times during his business career.
To begin with, Federal Judge Gonzalo Curiel — the same judge whom Trump said was biased against him due to the Indiana native’s Mexican ancestry and Trump’s controversial positions on border security — is ordering Trump to stand trial immediately after the election in November as part of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) investigation surrounding Trump University.
But his organized crime ties sure appear to run deeper.
Former Mafia-linked figure describes association with Trump
Donald Trump picked one Felix Sater, a convicted stock fraud felon, as senior business adviser both the Associated Press and court records say.
Felix Sater is a Russian-born businessman convicted for his role in a Mafia-orchestrated stock fraud scheme, who also claims he had a role as senior business adviser to Deadbeat Don according to stories on Associated Press and in court records. To be clear, Sater made these claims in previously unreported sworn testimony reviewed by The Washington Post, in which Sater described a close relationship with the alleged billionaire.
His other possible mob connections? According to various stories, Deadbeat Don has had relationships with ~
- Salvatore Testa, a made man in the Philadelphia mafia and son of Philip “Chicken Man” Testa.
- Nicademo “Little Nicky” Scarfo (who became boss after the elder Testa was blown up) and his nephew Phillip “crazy Phil” Leonetti controlled two of the major construction and concrete companies in Atlantic City. Both companies, Scarf, Inc. and Nat Nat, did work on the construction of Harrah’s, according the State of New Jersey Commission of Investigation’s 1986 report on organized crime.
- Donald Trump has been linked to Mafia chieftain Anthony 'Fat Tony' Salerno. For the British report on this relationship, visit: Trump & Fat Tony