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Mar-a-Lago members who are not government employees are dictating Veterans Affairs policy

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The event also turned into a promotional opportunity for Perlmutter’s company. Executives from Marvel and its parent company, Disney, joined Johnson & Johnson as sponsors of the Veterans Day event at the stock exchange. Shulkin rang the closing bell standing near a preening and flexing Captain America, with Spider-Man waving from the trading pit, and Marvel swag distributed to some of the attendees. “Generally the VA secretary or defense secretary don’t shill for companies,” the leader of a veterans advocacy group said.

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...or the Wilber Ross stuff...


Either one of those would have been the largest scandal of the Obama presidency and would have been headline news for weeks. Neither story is even a blip on the radar in Trump world.

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13 minutes ago, osxmatt said:

I really don't understand how this isn't the top story on every major news station and website.


Three unelected rich country club men are running a major government agency.


Because editors don’t want to get fired by their rich country club bosses

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