Attorney’s offices who once represented Donald Trump received a bomb threat recently. There’s not much information on what prompted a man to contact a West Los Angeles law firm to demand a letter be returned to him that he sent before threatening the office.
According to TMZ, the Donald Trump bomb threat was called in to Manatt, Phelps & Phillips in September by a man demanding to speak with a rep for Trump. Somehow, he knew the firm had represented Trump previously. A receptionist at the firm explained to the man that they no longer represented Trump before sending him through to voicemail.
Law enforcement says the man flipped a switch by calling back and telling the receptionist he had sent a letter to Trump and he needed to get it back; he then threatened, “If I don’t get it back, I will blow the place up!”
Soon thereafter, LAPD cops did a thorough investigation of the building, but didn’t find anything. The LAPD is investigating the mysterious Donald Trump bomb threat.
TMZ notes in its report that Manatt, Phelps & Phillips is a “powerhouse in the Democratic party… the lawyers are super connected.” It’s not clear if Trump dumped the law firm or they fired him after he announced that he was running for president for the Republican party.
Trump is still leading the polls in his run for President of the United States. As another Inquisitr article just wrote, Trump has toned down some of his harsh views and controversial comments. It’s believed that some of this is in part to fellow GOP presidential candidate, Ben Carson, being tied in approval ratings to his. In some instances, he’s slightly ahead.
Clearly, Trump’s tactics have simmered down to a less extreme level of blasting everything he sees wrong. He’s not tip-toeing around anything by any means, but has noticeably toned down his rhetoric. It’s believed that on some level he’s using certain strategies at certain times depending on the audience he’s speaking to, as well.
When it comes to the expenses that Donald Trump has piled into his campaign, a report by NPR reveals that he spent $1 million for hats, t-shirts, banners, yard signs, and other items with his presidential slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
Donald Trump often tosses his hats into the crowd at rallies he appears at, which sell for $20 to $30 a piece, according to the report.
One of the appealing qualities about Trump is that he doesn’t “talk like a politician,” NPR writes. He told this to a crowd Monday night in Atkinson, New Hampshire.
“You’re gonna have so many wins, they’re gonna be pouring out of your ears. You’re gonna get tired of winning. You’re gonna say, Mr. President, let’s have a loss. This is getting boring. And I’m gonna say, no, I won’t do that.”
This Republican presidential candidate says things that the American people have expressed that they need to hear.
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