Donald Trump’s unabashed nepotism will follow him into the Presidency

What would a Donald Trump Presidency look like?

First, Donald Trump’s sister, federal judge Maryanne Trump Barry, would become a Supreme Court Justice.  He has already stated that she would make a “phenomenal” Supreme Court Justice.

Second, Ivanka Trump, 34, currently is an Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions at the Trump Organization, and Donald has stated that he is her number one fan.  Ivanka with her BS in Economics (2004), would probably be appointed Secretary of the Treasury.

Third, Eric Trump, 32, currently is an Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions at the Trump Organization.  Eric with his B.S. in business management would probably be appointed Secretary of Veterans Affairs.  Or perhaps Secretary of Health and Human Services.

Fourth, Donald Trump, Jr., 38, currently is an Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions at the Trump Organization.  With his B.S. in Finance, Real Estate and Marketing and with his five children, he will likely be appointed Secretary of Education or perhaps Secretary of Commerce.

Since Tiffany Trump is only 22 and since she just graduated from college, I doubt if Tiffany will have a significant role in the Trump administration.  However, she did follow Chris Christie, our next Attorney General, in a lengthy speech at the Republican National Convention.

I fear that a Trump administration would characterized by favoritism, cronyism and nepotism.  Trump’s children may not be confirmed, since they are not qualified for cabinet-level positions, but it would not surprise me if Donald nominates them.

If anyone doubts Donald Trump’s audacity, just look at Trump University.  Trump University claimed that it offered “graduate programs, post graduate programs and doctorate programs.”  Ronald Schnackenberg, who worked in Trump’s office at 40 Wall Street, testified that “while Trump University claimed it wanted to help consumers make money in real estate, in fact Trump University was only interested in selling every person the most expensive seminars they possibly could.” The affidavit concludes, “Based upon my personal experience and employment, I believe that Trump University was a fraudulent scheme, and that it preyed upon the elderly and uneducated to separate them from their money.”