CBS News uncovers possible pay-to-play scheme for ambassador role

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  • Published on Nov 19, 2019
  • A CBS News investigation has uncovered a possible pay-to-play scheme involving President Trump's nominee for U.S. Ambassador to the Bahamas. The nomination of billionaire Doug Manchester was stalled in the Senate when the RNC reached out with an expensive request. Jim Axelrod reports.
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Comments • 5

  • MILEHIGH JAX
    MILEHIGH JAX 21 day ago

    You people are full of Schiff.

  • Edmund Singleton
    Edmund Singleton 21 day ago

    Wow, some calling it ‘progress’, four women moderating a
    Democratic presidential debate, but not me, here’s why, these women’s range in
    age from thirty-seven to seventy-three with two in betweens, all will be ‘hair
    dyed’, not because they are journalists appearing on television, that would be reason
    enough, but because they are women and culturally, that means it’s a certainty
    they would be hair dyed, however, there is one question that will only be
    answered after they put in an appearance; how many sets of greasy lips will there
    be?

  • Steven Perry
    Steven Perry 22 days ago +1

    Gee, the guy who married his granddaughter is susceptible to corruption, shocking!

  • John Walck
    John Walck 23 days ago +1

    How do you think Betsy DeVos got her job? It certainly wasn't because she was qualified...

  • Whut Now!
    Whut Now! 23 days ago

    Prison is to good for these corrupt demons