No Surprise Here: The Liar in Chief is also a Deadbeat who does not Pay Anyone.


The current occupant of the White House has been referred to by this writer as:

  • The 2016 Popular Vote Loser (Hillary Clinton received almost three million more votes from the people)
  • The KKK endorsed Candidate (because they supported him in 2016)
  • Individual One (stemming from the Michael Cohen case)
  • Tiny (Stormy Daniels description)

Well, the term deadbeat could be added to the above list because Mr. Trump (more specifically his various committees) has not been paying the bills they have incurred.

First, the government of Washington D.C. is stating that the Trump Inaugural Committee (along with the Republican Congress) has not paid about seven million dollars in inaugural expenses.

Second, according to the Center for Public Integrity, ten United States cities (El Paso, Tucson, Spokane, Mesa, Eau Claire (Wisconsin), Billings, Erie, Lebanon (Ohio), Green Bay, and Burlington) are owed a combined $841,219.84 for security and other logistical services provided to the Trump team.

El Paso, the city that witnessed one of the domestic terrorist mass shooting tragedies this last Saturday with 22 people dead, has the largest bill of all and with late fees on top of the original $470,417.05 bill, the outstanding cost is now $569,204.63.

Do they have to pay the White House Deadbeat to mourn with them with he visits on Wednesday, August 7, 2019? 

This should not surprise the people that paid attention to the campaign of 2016 where various media outlets people in both the Republican (remember Mitt Romneys denunciation of Trump in 2016) and Democratic Parties (remember Hillary Clintons commercials  and campaign statements highlighting people not getting compensated) pointed out that the Liar in Chief regularly “stiffed” people and either paid them less than originally invoiced, did not pay them at all, or filed for bankruptcy protection to wipe these debts from his financial ledgers.

When Mr. Trump visits El Paso and Dayton tomorrow, he should not rub salt in their wounds and exploit their mourning by leaving the bill for his visit behind.


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David Gordon
Living in Arizona since his family moved to Tempe from New York in 1982, David Gordon has three degrees from Arizona State University and the University of Phoenix in History, Political Science, and Secondary School Administration. A highly qualified Social Studies instructor and Certified School Principal, Mr. Gordon owned his own charter school, Grand Canyon College Preparatory Academy from 1997-2016. The school served students in grades 6-12 in the East Valley of Maricopa County. Many of the graduates of GCP earned college credit for free while still attending high school, some completing the first year of college before graduating. Among the speakers at the school's graduations were noted figures in Arizona Politics like Harry Mitchell, David Schweikert, Juan Mendes, Andrew Sherwood, and John Huppenthal. Mr. Gordon also participated in the revisions of the Arizona History and Social Studies standards. In January 2017, Mr. Gordon started the political blog Twenty-First Century Progressive Bull Moose. It has a global following and routinely comments on the political events of the day. Mr. Gordon also helps administer the Facebook page Living Blue in Arizona. He is also currently writing a series of Young Adult science fiction novels which incorporate the themes of time travel and its impact on history. Mr. Gordon is very happy to be asked to join the Blog for Arizona team and hopes to spread the progressive word to make Arizona a better place for everyone.


  1. As you pointed out, in our NJ community
    MANY small businesses were stiffed by Deadbeat Donald. He didn’t have to go to the trouble of filing bankruptcy. He just made some excuse about the workmanship, refused to pay, and said “go ahead, sue me” knowing the person couldnt afford a court battle. (The expenses were too large for small claims court)

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