How Donald Trump Jr. manages to run his dad’s business while handling international diplomacy I have no idea
It was revealed Wednesday that Donald Trump, Jr. met in France last month with several pro-Russian diplomats, business people, and politicians to discuss the United States’ approach to the war in Syria, and how it could cooperate with Russian efforts on the ground there moving forward.
The event, held at the Ritz Paris, was attended by about 30 people, and was hosted by a French think tank, according to the Wall Street Journal. The founders of the tank, Fabien Baussart, and his wife, Randa Kassis, have reportedly worked closely with Russian officials in an attempt to end the Syrian crisis, advocating for a transition of power but with the cooperation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
“I think he’s very pragmatic and is flexible,” Kassis said of the younger Trump.
“I succeeded to pass Trump, through the talks with his son, the idea of how we can cooperate together to reach the agreement between Russia and the United States on Syria,” she added in a Facebook post.
How Donald, Jr., finds the time to run his father’s business in a blind trust with his siblings while simultaneously handling international diplomacy for the country is beyond me. The constant bed-wetting can’t make it any easier, that’s for sure.
[WSJ | Photo: Getty]