Trump watched the Super Bowl with the founder of the spa where Patriots owner Robert Kraft was busted in prostitution sting, the ?@MiamiHerald? reports.
The party was at Trump’s West Palm Beach country club. https://t.co/aPnqN50uEX
— Steve Contorno (@scontorno) March 8, 2019
They hate women and fear immigrants, or maybe it’s the other way around. But money, and the people who possess it — *that* they love & respect…
… The woman who snapped the blurry Super Bowl selfie with the president was Li Yang, 45, a self-made entrepreneur from China who started a chain of Asian day spas in South Florida. Over the years, these establishments — many of which operate under the name Tokyo Day Spas — have gained a reputation for offering sexual services.
Nineteen days after Trump and Yang posed together while rooting for the Patriots, authorities would charge Kraft with soliciting prostitution at a spa in Jupiter that Yang had founded more than a decade earlier…
In a brief phone interview, Yang said she and her family have never broken the law, but did not answer questions about whether she knew of the allegations that therapists in her spas were offering sex. She added that she was out of the business, would soon be moving to Washington, D.C., and didn’t want any negative press.
Before the 2016 general election, Yang offered no evidence of political engagement. She hadn’t voted in 10 years, records showed. But she has now become a fixture at Republican political events up and down the East Coast. Her Facebook is covered in photos of herself standing with President Trump, his two sons, Eric and Donald Jr., Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Sen. Rick Scott, Sarah Palin, the president’s campaign manager and an assortment of other high-level Republican operators she has met at charity events, political fundraisers and galas, many of which require hefty donations to attend. She sometimes carries a rhinestone encrusted MAGA clutch purse.
Yang has shown considerable political largesse. Since 2017, she and her close relatives have contributed more than $42,000 to Trump Victory, a political action committee, and more than $16,000 to the president’s campaign…
Oh. Look at that. What do you know. The whole family took some nice shots with the massage parlor lady. pic.twitter.com/pfHTiX2FnN
— andy lassner (@andylassner) March 8, 2019
Oh look it’s “doctor” pumpkin head with the lady who runs the chain of Asian day spas in south Florida pic.twitter.com/BV2aAG2v57
— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) March 8, 2019