Trump forgives ‘Medicare fraud king’ who looted $ 1.3 billion and donated to Chabad-Lubavitch favored by Kushner – Dateway

President Trump on Wednesday pardoned a host of fraudsters who donated to the Aleph Institute – an organization that was created by the Chabad-Lubavitcher Orthodox Jewish movement that has the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as a member.

Although Trump has yet to find time to forgive Julian Assange who is slowly dying in prison or Edward Snowden who has lived in exile in Russia, he has found time to forgive the “king of medical fraud,” the Chabad-Lubavitch donor Philip Esformes.

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From the New York Times, “Behind Trump Clemency, a Case Study in Special Access”:

Philip Esformes acquired a $ 1.6 million Ferrari and a $ 360,000 Swiss watch and traveled the United States on a private jet, a spending spree fueled by the loot of what federal prosecutors have called one of the biggest Medicare fraud cases in history.

“Philip Esformes is a man driven by almost unlimited greed,” Denise M. Stemen, an agent with the local FBI office in Miami, said last year after Mr. Esformes, 52, the operator of a nursing, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the two-decade program that involved approximately $ 1.3 billion in fraudulent claims.

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