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|Investigators obtained a federal subpoena on Tuesday seeking records from Bingbing Peranio, an employee of Yang’s family’s massage parlor business who contributed the maximum $5,400 last year to Trump’s 2020 reelection effort, according to The Miami Herald. Yang allegedly helped her write the contribution check, and Peranio did not reject the help, The New York Times reported in March.|
|Record ID: 1557504316||From: 美國|
|Who has gained access to President Trump and Mar-a-Lago through Cindy Yang?|
|Record ID: 1557504316R001||From: 美國|
|Record ID: 1557504316R002||From: 台灣|
|Record ID: 1557504316R003||From: 美國|
|Li “Cindy” Yang, who along with her family operated a string of Asian-themed day spas and advertised her ability to introduce Chinese business executives to President Donald Trump, is suing the McClatchy Company, corporate parent of the Miami Herald. Yang claims defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Read more here: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/article230167829.html#storylink=cpy
The Miami Herald stands by its story.
|Record ID: 1557504316R004||From: 美國|
|How a Chinese Communist Party promoter tied to Cindy Yang joined the Trump campaign|
|Record ID: 1557504316R005||From: 美國|
|t’s a strange-bedfellows tale with national security implications. Trump needed to fill seats at private galas and campaign events, while Chinese capitalists wanted to cozy up to the American businessman-turned-president — an interest encouraged by a communist government looking for access.
Out of this marriage of supply and demand emerged a tacitly Chinese state-endorsed gray market selling tickets to Trump-related events to Chinese business people. It’s where Lou’s life overlapped with that of Li “Cindy” Yang — founder of a chain of South Florida Asian day spas, whose latest startup involved selling presidential access over Chinese-language social media.
Lou was pictured with Yang as the two worked the door for a “Safari Night” fundraiser at Mar-a-Lago in early 2018, hosted by the president’s sister
Elizabeth Trump Grau. Through her spokesperson, Yang said she didn’t have a personal relationship with Lou but that the two attended several events together.
|Record ID: 1557504316R006||From: 美國|
|President Trump's Sister Retires as Federal Judge, Ending Ethical Misconduct Inquiry - Maryanne Trump Barry|
|Record ID: 1557504316R007||From: 美國|