Just Another Contractor Stiffed By Trump

I last mocked the USA Freedom Kids back in January, when I called them a “Hitler Youth/Bob Roberts mash-up.” Now Donald Trump is the one having the last laugh, as it appears they’re just another Trump vendor to get stiffed by the man himself:

The founder of viral pro-Trump tween singing group “USA Freedom Kids” now plans to sue the Republican presidential campaign for violating various unwritten agreements. The tween cheerleaders first achieved national fame after performing their song “Freedom’s Call”—with lyrics like “Deal from strength or get crushed!”—at Trump’s January rally in Pensacola, Florida. The group’s founder, Jeff Popick, father to the youngest member, claims it was at that rally that the campaign broke its promise for compensation; only to once again break financial and logistic promises at another rally at which they were scheduled to appear.

Honestly, you’d think Donald Trump would at least be trying to put to rest all of these allegations that he stiffs his contractors. But, no. It appears it’s business as usual at Camp Trump.

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3 responses to “Just Another Contractor Stiffed By Trump

  1. Still it’s hard to have any sympathy for them. Icky.

  2. Kathleen

    I’m surprised that his supporters don’t have a problem with him stiffing real ‘Murican small businesses and…oh, never mind.

  3. Democommie

    “Violating various unwrItten agreements”.? I think that Sam Goldwyn had something to say about verbal contracts not being worth the paper they are written on.