Donald Trump named Steven Mnuchin, Chairman and CEO of private investment firm Dune Capital Management LP, as his national finance chairman today:
And so it begins, @realDonaldTrump announces national finance chairman — 1st step in building fundraising operation pic.twitter.com/kVfO5pkDiX
— Jeremy Diamond (@JDiamond1) May 5, 2016
Previously, Mnuchin was a partner at Goldman Sachs and he’s linked to George Soros:
Trump announces Steven Mnuchin, a former partner at Goldman Sachs, will serve as his national finance chairman
— Alex Pappas (@AlexPappas) May 5, 2016
New Trump finance chair Steven Mnuchin is a hedge fund manager; Trump has bashed them as "paper pushers" "getting away with murder."
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) May 5, 2016
Trump names Steven Mnuchin — a CEO and investor with deep finance & Soros ties — to be his National Finance Chairman for general election.
— Philip Rucker (@PhilipRucker) May 5, 2016
"Mnuchin is a former Goldman Sachs partner and worked for liberal mega-donor George Soros’s hedge fund." https://t.co/sBUQG4sI4c
— Greg Siggins (@GWSigg) May 5, 2016
Yikes! Trump's newly announced finance guy, Steve Mnuchin, worked for Soros. https://t.co/bADrxgMkD1 pic.twitter.com/JboUhIqIn9
— The Current Year (@TheeCurrentYear) May 5, 2016
We’re so old we remember when Donald Trump criticized George Soros, hedge funds and the influence of Goldman Sachs…
Anyway, here’s a little bit about his past political donations from the Huffington Post in 2011:
Politically, Mnuchin is a hedge fund executive who hedges his bets. During the last presidential season, according to OpenSecrets.org, he donated money to the campaigns of Republican Mitt Romney ($2300) and Rudolph Giuliani ($2300), and Democrats Hillary Clinton ($2300), Bill Richardson ($2100), Chris Dodd ($2300) John Edwards ($2100), and Barack Obama ($2300). (His wife Heather contributed $2,300 to both Chris Dodd and Hillary Clinton.)
And then there’s this:
@tparti Mnuchin also gave to America Coming Together, which was mostly funded by Soros and Unions
— Tarini Parti (@tparti) May 5, 2016
This should go over well.
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