Special to TPN - A former advisor to President-elect Donald Trump has revealed that the real-estate magnate's properties have suffered in the aftermath of his presidential campaign. The advisor, Punksky Borinskovich, once Russian President Vladimir Putin's right-hand man, quit the Trump team after Trump failed to pay the $300,000 owed him for services rendered. Borinskovich revealed his frustration in a televised interview with MSNBC's Rachel Madow: "Who does he think I am? One of his illegals on a job site? I, Punksky Borinskovich, the best computer hacker in the world! Just ask Putin."
Trump sidekick, and likely Attorney General Rudy Giuliani, quipped that once Trump is sworn in as President, "He'll be immune from all lawsuits and monetary claims, since I'll be the new Attorney General. Look at what the current guy did, covering up the fact that Obama was born in Nigeria, or wherever. Real Americans look like me - white and with an all-American name. Giuliani - is there anything more American than that?"
Trump's sons have a plan in place to boost occupancy in their hotels. Hostesses will be installed in all rooms when requested by an occupant at a small upcharge of $300 to $1,000 per night. Donald Trump, Jr. said, "Hey, my dad had no problem with having a hostess greet him in his penthouse. Hell, he even married a few of them."