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THE "UMP" RULES IN "SUMP" POOLS By Robert Brustein First, we had Donald Trump, Republican Presidential candidate, accused of paying no taxes to the Government. And now we have John G. Stumpf, Executive Officer of Wells Fargo, accused of letting his employees create unauthorized accounts for themselves and for their customers. Is here something about the "ump" in Trump and Stumpf that stimulates illegal activities? If so, here are some warnings about characters and circumstances with similar-sounding names.
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