Explosive New Book Claims Donald Trump Said His “Kids Will Have To Fend For Themselves” After He Passes

I'm sure his kids really appreciated that.

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Former US Attorney and special prosecutor for the Manhattan District Attorney’s office Mark Pomerantz has effectively rocked the nation with what has long been expected to be an earth-shattering tell-all book, covering his time with the Manhattan DA’s office during their investigation into the scandal-ridden former president, before he resigned from his position in protest over District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s alleged inaction in the case.

The tell-all has been expected to be such a bombshell, in fact, that we recently reported on the fact that certain individuals out there really don’t want you reading it at all.

Pomerantz rose to infamy last year when he publicly resigned from his high-ranking position with the Manhattan DA, accusing the district attorney’s office of failing to aggressively pursue the investigation into scandal-ridden former President Trump’s alleged wide-reaching financial crimes, despite what he says was a resounding amount of evidence that could nail the former guy to the wall. The former prosecutor has since gone on public record to state that he believes ex-President Donald Trump is “guilty of numerous felonies. According to experts and sources, Pomerantz’s book reveals that he even pursued racketeering charges against the former commander-in-chief.

That damning book has now officially been released, and to say that it’s exceeding all expectations would be an understatement.

In the pages of his book, Pomerantz tells of a conversation now ex-President Donald Trump had with his longtime Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg and his now-former personal attorney and self-described “fixer” Michael Cohen. In that alleged conversation, Donald Trump essentially proved to the world that he couldn’t give a damn less about anyone on this earth, short of himself and himself only.

According to the newly-released tell-all, the conversation between the three of them was with regard to Trump’s near-constant efforts and attempts to inflate his net worth as high as conceivably possible. Pomerantz writes that it went like this — Trump gave the bottom line number he wanted to see, and Weisselberg was expected to figure out how to make those numbers work, whatever it took, “or else.

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Trump decided, arbitrarily, what his net worth would be, and he wanted each year’s number to be bigger than the year before. At one point his growing net worth number became so inflated that Weisselberg warned him that he was creating a large potential estate tax liability—upon his death, the tax authorities could demand taxes commensurate with his inflated net worth. According to Cohen, Trump responded by telling Weisselberg that ‘I don’t care, I’ll be dead, and the kids will have to fend for themselves.'”

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