Where Trump’s real-estate globe satisfies a high ally that is religious of Kremlin.
Ben Schreckinger is a reporter for Politico.
Chabad of Port Washington, a community that is jewish on longer Island’s Manhasset Bay, sits in a squat stone edifice across from the Shell fuel place and a strip shopping center. The middle can be a building that is unexceptional an unexceptional road, save yourself to begin with: a number of the shortest channels between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin operate right through it.
2 full decades ago, because the president that is russian about consolidating energy using one part for the globe, he embarked for a task to supplant his country’s existing Jewish civil culture and change it with a parallel framework devoted to him. The brash Manhattan developer was working to get a piece of the massive flows of capital that were fleeing the former Soviet Union in search of stable assets in the West, especially real estate, and seeking partners in New York with ties to the region on the other side of the world.