Trump's Closed Door Meetings with Lieutenant Commander JoAnne Galloway Led to "So Called" Judges Suspension of Travel Ban
February 23, 2017
In a stunning escalation of an issue that has caused massive confusion, a White House insider has come forward with reports of private meetings between Trump and Special Counsel for Internal Affairs, Lieutenant Commander JoAnne Galloway. This is not Trump's only controversial meeting that took place his first month in office and has led to growing concerns amongst constituents of his ability to select qualified counsel.
Earlier this month the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals suspended Trump's controversial executive order banning citizens of select Muslim countries from entering the United States. We have learned this historic ruling is the result of the Trump administration's inability to object - or "strenuously object" to its opposition.
VVFN has obtained exclusive footage of JoAnne's costly "mistake":
JoAnne and Donald have a history of failed ventures. JoAnne previously collaborated with Donald Trump on a book deal titled "The Art of the Objection". While the book didn't gain enough interest from any major publishing house to go to print, famously loyal Donald Trump remains steadfast in his commitment to the strategy it teaches. Below are photos of JoAnne and Donald taken near the time the project was launched: