NEW YORK — As Donald Trump and Chris Christie work feverishly to assemble Trump’s Cabinet, a few diligent moles have managed to worm their way into the inner sanctum of RNC headquarters in Trump Tower.
Associate solitary reporter John Jones paid modest bucks to his favorite mole, Bridget O’Shaughnessy. O’Shaughnessy dug into the secret files of Trump's transition planner, Chris Christie, and learned that Trump insists on appointing Trump University co-founder Jonathan Spitalny as the next Secretary of Education.
Trump University, which folded in 2010, has been sued by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and others, and Schneiderman announced yesterday that he is investigating Trump Foundation.
In 2004, Spitalny, Michael Sexton, and Trump opened Trump University, a for-profit organization which was never accredited, and whose business tactics have been widely criticized as fraudulent.
Spitalny was not available for an interview, but he said through an aide that he looks forward to being on the government dole one way or another — either as Education Secretary, or in prison.