Fact Check: Top Questions About What Republican Party Nominee, Donald Trump Said

by David


Posted on 10/17/2016 11:17:57 AM


Republican Party nominee Donald Trump has been under the limelight for many different controversies nowadays. Some of the things Trump has said in his past are now being dug out, and being served on a plate hot and fresh right before the elections. This includes the accusation of Trump raping a minor, talking trash about his own daughter, his tax controversies and many more.
WTPOTUS surveyed the top 5 questions Americans wanted to ask about the Republican Party nominee:
Q1. What Did Trump Say about Women?
Pigs, dos slobs ugly, fat, disgusting animal, are just a few words Republican Party nominee Donald Trump has said against women. Over the years there have been several occasions throughout which he has called women names and has abused them.
One situation took place in 1990 when he has the following to say about his own wife, “I would never buy Ivana any decent jewels or pictures. Why give her negotiable assets?” In 1991 he said, “You know, it doesn't really matter what [they] write as long as you've got a young and beautiful piece of ass.” In March 2016 he made an incest joke about his very own daughter saying, ““If Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.”
Q2. What is Carried Interest?
Carried interest is a term to refer to a share of investment gains earned by professional investors for exchange of managing another person’s money.
For example, Imagine your business partner is heading to Texas, and you ask her to put $200 on a few roulette spins. In exchange, you promise to give 20% of your win. The friend brings back a total of $400, including your original $100, which means she gets to keep $40. That $40 is the carried interest.
Q3. How Many Times did Trump Say Disaster?
During the second presidential debate Trump said the term “disaster” 17 times.
Q4. Did ICE (US Immigration and Customs Enforcement) endorse Trump?
Trump has claimed that ICE endorsed him, but in fact that is not true. However, he does have support from National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council (union that represents 5,000 federal immigration officers and law enforcement support staff).
Q5. Does Trump disagree with Mike Pence?
The relationship between Mike Pence and Republican Party nominee, Donald Trump seems to be in deep water. Pence has promised ‘evidence’ which will ‘exonerate’ Trump.
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