Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Trump Offers To "Destroy Career" Of Texas State Senator At Meeting With National Sheriffs' Assoc.

At Zero Hedge by Tyler Durden  --  

Earlier today President Trump met with the National Sheriff's Association at the White House.  The visit was supposed to be just another friendly meet and greet, but it took a slightly awkward turn when President Trump offered to "destroy the career" of a Texas state senator who is allegedly promoting a piece of legislation that would benefit Mexican drug cartels. 

During the meeting, Rockwall County, Texas, Sheriff Harold Eavenson told President Trump about a piece of asset forfeiture legislation he believes would aid Mexican drug's the full conversation:

Eavenson:  "There's a state senator in Texas that was talking about legislation to require conviction before we could receive that forfeiture money."
Trump:  "Do you believe that?"

Eavenson:  "And I told him that the cartel would build a monument to him in Mexico if he could get that legislation passed."

Trump:  "Who is that state senator? I want to hear his name. We'll destroy his career..."

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