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Now which of you bagged this consulting fee? Is it you McKinsey as always?

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The separate issue is Ivanka supposedly made decisions in her role. Consultants can only consult. That would make her an employee and not eligible for a 1099.


Invanka is already an employee of the Trump Org... I believe these “consulting fees” were a way to cut her into deals that were licensing the Trump name.

That headline lol 🙄


And was it non-implementable advice, hence he terms it as unexplained?

100% chance it was McKinsey and I’m not even mad

100% chance EY provided an audit and "go-ahead" for him.

Believe it or not consulting is a deductible expense.

AND as a Trump Org employee

Looks like he was using “consulting fees” to funnel money out of deals.

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One consultant I know married to freaking client.. Not from my firm !


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