Ask A Genius 473 – The King’s Ball(s), and All Out Celebration (1)

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Ask A Genius 473 – The King’s Ball(s), and All Out Celebration (1)

December 14, 2018

[Beginning of recorded material]

Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What’s going on today?

Rick Rosner: Alright, so, it is Friday, December 14th, 2018. Trump: there are more investigations into Trump than ever before. I have not tried to dig up a list of all the different investigations. It was taking some time. I have not found a compiled a list. But there are at least six investigations going on, possibly more in a month when the new Democrat-controlled House of Representatives takes over.

That will probably mean another half a dozen or more additional investigations, new investigations, including what happened to the hundred and seven million dollars that donors sent to pay for the inauguration festivities.

That is nearly one-eighth of a billion dollars. Where did the money go? Because that is one night of parades and parties costing a lot of money. However, there is no way it cost one hundred and seven million, especially since people were happy when Obama was elected.

Obama had like close to a dozen presidential balls. Trump had three or four. So, there is no way that you could spend one hundred seven million. Unless, there was a crime. Twenty-seven million or twenty-six-million to the party planner for it. What party planning results in a twenty-six-million-dollar bill?

So, there is that is a new investigation.


[End of recorded material]


Rick Rosner

American Television Writer


Rick Rosner

Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Editor-in-Chief, In-Sight Publishing


In-Sight Publishing


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