Donald Trump Steamrolls Toward GOP Presidential Nomination By Picking up Chris Christie Endorsement Who May End Up as Attorney General in Trump Administration. New Jersey governor and former Republican candidate Chris Christie is endorsing frontrunner Donald Trump for president, he has announced. Mr Christie dropped out of the 2016 presidential race after a lacklustre showing in polls and state races. "I'm happy to be on the Trump team and I look forward to working with him," Mr Christie said. Mr Trump gives Republicans the best chance to win the White House, he added. He said junior senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, both running for president, were "unprepared" for the job. There was "no question" that Mr Trump will turn around Washington, Mr Christie continued, and keep Democratic candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from winning the White House.
Chris Christie would be the perfect choice for attorney general in the Trump administration, "I was appointed U.S. attorney by President Bush on Sept. 10, 2001, and the world changed enormously the next day, and that happened in my state," he said. During the first Republican presidential debate he said that meant he had unique experience as "the only person on this stage who's actually filed applications under the PATRIOT Act" as well as having "prosecuted and investigated and jailed terrorists in this country after Sept. 11." A spokeswoman for Christie, Samantha Smith, wrote in an email that Christie received a phone call on Sept. 10, 2001, from Attorney General John Ashcroft that set in motion a months-long hiring process. Maybe one of Chris Christie's first jobs could be to investigate the Marco Rubio clan.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio Got Drug Smuggling Brother-In-Law Orlando Cicilia a Real Estate License While Cicilia's Miami Crew Inspired 'Scarface Movie'. Marco Rubio isn't ready for the White House being married to the mob isn't even the biggest one. Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio's Brother-In-Law Orlando Ciciliais was part of a major drug smuggling crew in Miami Fl since at least 1976 that killed and cut up an informer with a chain saw, just like in the 1983 Al Pacino 'Scarface Movie'. The film tells the story of Cuban refugee Tony Montana (Al Pacino) who arrives in 1980s Miami with nothing and rises to become a powerful drug kingpin.
New York Times: MIAMI, Dec. 16, 1987— A drug smuggling ring that killed an informer and cut up his body while trafficking in a half-million pounds of marijuana has been broken, the Federal authorities said today. FBI agents said that in July 1980 members of the Orlando Ciciliais crew apparently became aware that Larry Nash was an informer for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. ''Mr. Nash was murdered and mutilated''. ''His body was cut up with a chain saw and then burned.'' The ring also bribed police officers to protect their operation, said Richard Gregorie, the chief assistant United States Attorney here. At one time, the indictment charged, members of the ring used Miami police officers to collect, count and disburse drug profits. The ring operated for at least 10 years, smuggling the marijuana, along with some cocaine, into Louisiana and Florida, Mr. Gregorie said. In two related indictments, a Federal grand jury charged Orlando Cicilia, Randy Chatfield, Phillip Epstein and Raymond Van Nostrand with racketeering in connection with the Tabraue operation.
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