Donald Trump’s kids, namely Eric and Donald Jr., have already been shown to have multiple ties to shady business all over the world, including Russia, which is bad for their President dad. New reports show that one of Donald Juniors’ connections goes even deeper, into the Mexican drug cartel.
In 2012, Trump Jr. gave a paid speech to Baltic International Bank’s annual conference and is currently blocking people on Twitter who try to bring it up. While on that trip, Trump Jr. met with BIB’s founder, the controversial Latvian banker and former-British football club executive Valērijs Belokoņs aka Valeri Belokon.
Scott Dworkin at the Democratic Coalition Against Trump found a series of #TrumpLeaks photos of Trump Jr. on the bank’s website leading people to believe there was more to this story. He said:
“Don Jr. is looking for an easy out. He met one on one with the head of a bank that was actively running a scam to launder money for mexican drug lords. When confronted with hard evidence, he didn’t deny or clarify, he ran away and hid like a coward.”
It turns out that Baltic International Bank has been named as a Mexican cartel money laundering agent, is subject of a criminal inquiry in another former Soviet state Kyrgyzstan, plus Valeri Belokon’s partners in Blackpool F.C. accuse the banker of pumping dirty cash into their one-time British Premier League football club.
The son of the President, running his businesses for him, is connected to the Mexican drug cartel. You can’t make this stuff up.