“He’s a businessman. I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse” -- Vito Corleone in The Godfather
Al Sharpton and Jon Corzine.
President Obama and Obamacare.
It is a huge mistake to see the attack on Donald Trump by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, a $40 million lawsuit over Trump University, as an isolated, Trump-centric event.
But let’s begin with Donald Trump. Who last week filed 150-plus pages of court documents requesting a complete dismissal of the lawsuit, itemizing in devastating detail the bogus nature of Schneiderman’s case. Labeling the lawsuit as “nothing more than a baseless attempt to garner publicity and further his own political ambitions,” Trump also announced he would be filing an ethics complaint against Schneiderman with the New York Joint Commission on Public Ethics.
Let’s begin specifically by thinking of Donald Trump’s multi-billion dollar, resoundingly successful company -- The Trump Organization -- as Khartoum the race horse.
Khartoum the race horse?