🤔 No chance of winning — goes into debt anyways… https://t.co/3tOMZ5rgpq
— Michael Marinaccio (@Naseeoh) April 19, 2017
It seems that one of the arguments put forward by the #NeverTrump movement was that then candidate Trump stiffed vendors. Pot, meet kettle:
— Salt Lake Tribune (@sltrib) April 19, 2017
Most of the money is owed to a law firm, but small businesses will be hit, too. From the article:
“From what I know, they do not have any capability or plans to pay all the vendors they still owe money,” says Tanner Leatham, owner and CEO of Utah-based Gathering Inc., which solicited signatures to get McMullin on the ballot in five states and is still owed more than $10,000. “They have told me they cannot pay us what they owe.”
McMullin has tweeted in the past about how “vendors” power the economy. Well, at least the taco-truck guy got paid — hopefully:
— Evan McMullin (@Evan_McMullin) September 2, 2016
And he’s also lectured us on borrowing and spending:
.@realDonaldTrump wants to decrease taxes while increasing government spending and borrowing. The math leads to a growing national debt.
— Evan McMullin (@Evan_McMullin) September 27, 2016
Maybe he’s the one who needs the math refresher?