Donald Trump, dogged by fresh allegations of making inappropriate advances toward women, has set his sights on an unlikely target: Lebanese-Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim. Once referred to as the “richest man you’ve never heard of,” Slim is a telecom tycoon who has risen the ranks of wealth all the way to top. Declared the richest […]
Rachel Maddow reports on the latest conspiracy theory by Donald Trump to explain his crashing campaign, adding Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim to the list of...
It seems Donald Trump will spare no one when it comes to pointing out who’s behind the supposed conspiracy to keep him out of the White House. As of right now, Carlos Slim, the Mexican billionaire, is his target. Trump’s campaign is coming undone due to a number of scandals that have been derailing his... Show More Summary
Trump is convinced The New York Times and Carlos Slim are involved in a Mexican conspiracy against him.
Click here for reuse options! According to Trump, Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is part of a biased coalition working in collusion with the Clinton campaign. Donald Trump started his political campaign spreading the idea that Mexicans were criminals and rapists. Show More Summary
Now that Trump has picked Carlos Slim as his Dr. Evil-like international villain, let's remember that not long ago he had a deal with Trump to create a Trump Family reality show.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Donald Trump plans to claim that Mexican billionaire Calos Slim is behind the articles about Trump's alleged sexual harassment in The New York Times. Slim's spokesperson denies the claim.
PRESIDENT OBAMA TO GOP. You built Trump, he’s yours. “President Barack Obama on Thursday night tore into Republican leaders for “riding this tiger” of what he repeatedly called “crazy” hoaxes and conspiracies that created the conditions f… Read The post Carlos Slim, Marlee Matlin, Michelle Obama, Creepy Clowns, Kumbuka, Madonna, Hedwig: HOT LINKS appeared first on Towleroad.
Donald Trump reportedly plans to blame Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim for emerging allegations of sexual assault against the GOP nominee. Trump will say that Slim, as a shareholder of New York Times Co. and a donor to the Clinton Foundation, has an interest in helping Democrat Hillary Clinton's campaign, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. Show More Summary
Donald Trump plans to invoke Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim to advance his claim that the media and other global figures are trying to sink his campaign, according to The Wall Street Journal. A Trump adviser told The Journal that Trump...Show More Summary
In an absolutely dazzling bookend to this mass hallucination of a campaign, the Wall Street Journal reports that Donald Trump plans to blame Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, a New York Times shareholder, for the numerous allegations of sexual assault that have surfaced in the Times and other news outlets this week. Read more...
Fortune reports: Donald Trump has reportedly decided who is to blame for the wave of sexual harassment and assault allegations that have battered his campaign in recent days. The Republican presidential candidate plans to say that Mexican...Show More Summary
Donald Trump was set to launch an attack on Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim on Friday morning, sources told the Wall Street Journal. Trump is reeling in the polls after a week of revelations about the Republican candidate’s behavior toward women. Allegations surfaced in the New York...
“Donald Trump will broaden his attack against the media to hit globalism and the Clinton Foundation by charging that Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is part of a biased coalition working in collusion with the Clinton campaign and its supporters to [...]
An adviser says he’ll add Carlos Slim, who's also donated to the Clinton Foundation, to his media conspiracy claim.
One of Carlos Slim's companies has won a multi-million dollar Mexican government contract, but analysts say they expected Slim's companies to win far more such contracts.
1. As Apple offers $200k for iPhone vulnerabilities, Black Hat firm offers $500k. 2. Ten lessons learned from rereading Jane Jacobs. 3. The declining fortunes of Carlos Slim (NYT). 4. Markets in Swedish fish oreos. 5. “A US couple is suing an internet mapping firm for $75,000 (£58,000) after years of “digital hell”.” 6. Show More Summary
Carlos Slim built a business empire that made him one of the world’s richest men. But Mexico’s leaders have been chipping away at his domain with regulations.
Aprende, a free online educational application launched by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim in June, has already broken a world record for people signing up.
Aggressive competition and tougher antitrust rules, drove America Movil's profits down, but Slim's net worth remained unchanged.