Rumpire, who had his own run at the presidency in 2016, has been on the receiving end of some of the worst attacks on his political career from his former colleagues.
On Thursday, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) launched an investigation into the former president’s ties to the Koch brothers, a group known for its ideological extremism.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R.S.) launched an independent investigation into Trump’s relationship with the group.
And House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) took to Twitter to criticize Trump for the Kochs’ ties to his 2016 campaign.
The allegations of collusion and corruption are the same that have been made against former President Donald Trump, but his administration has been very quiet on this.
As for his past relationship with billionaires, we know he has been working with them for decades.
In fact, he has a business relationship with one of them, which is why he has taken such a hard line on Wall Street.
The Kochs and the rest of the “billionaire class” have made huge donations to the Republican Party in recent years, and Trump’s administration has used them to fund campaigns that support the Koch agenda.
But the real culprits here are not billionaires, but politicians and politicians’ cozy relationships with the wealthy.
While Trump has spent the past two years in the spotlight, he’s also made a number of moves to cut taxes for the wealthy and expand access to health care for the poor.
He also has pushed to repeal President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, which has contributed to an uptick in premiums and deductibles for the elderly and disabled.
In recent months, Trump has also made moves to gut environmental regulations, which could result in tens of millions of people losing access to clean water, clean air, and healthy foods.
If he keeps doing what he’s been doing, his administration is bound to see a spike in attacks on the president.
But it’s not just Republicans who are being targeted.
Democrats are also being attacked.
Rep. John Conyers (D) has said that if Trump does not step down, he will sue him.
Sen.(D-Mich.) has also been accused of being too cozy with Kochs, and the former chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus has said he will be resigning from the caucus if Trump continues down his path.
And on Thursday, Democratic presidential nominee Bernie Sanders(I-Vt.) and former Democratic presidential candidate(D-Vermont) both condemned Trump for his dealings with billionaires.
In his most recent tweet, Sanders wrote that the billionaire class has made “hundreds of millions” of dollars in campaign contributions to the Democrats.
But what does this have to do with the Koch election cycle?
The problem is that it doesn’t really matter who is on the ballot in 2020.
In an election year, candidates with strong ties to these mega-donors can win.
And with all the attacks on Trump, the only real concern is that these billionaire donors and billionaires will find another way to keep spending money in our elections.
That’s why we need to get back to the basics.
This article has been updated to include information about Trump’s recent comments on the Koch Brothers.