Trump Word(s) For The Day: Nepotism

Word For The day Nepotism

As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s word: Nepotism

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Definition: The practice among those with power or influence of favoring relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs.

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Urban Translation: Hiring your inexperienced son-in-law with no relevant experience and putting him in charge of half the functions of our government. Putting your miscreant sons in major campaign roles where their job apparently consisted of retweeting Neo-Nazi and skinhead memes. Giving your daughter an office down the hall where she can rest in-between meeting with the heads of state of countries she’s trying to do business with. Ignoring all of their unexplained and unreported connections to Russia and giving security clearances to people only concerned with self-interest.

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William Spivey is a regular contributor to the Inner-City News where he writes about politics and popular culture. He also blogs as “Enigma in Black” where he explores poetry, religion, politics and all manner of things socially relevant. He is also a contributing Blogger at Together We Stand He is the founder of the Facebook pages Average Citizen Forum, Enigma in Black, and “Strong Beginnings,” the title of his soon to be released Political Fiction/Romance novel. William was the winner of a University-wide Essay Contest while at Fisk University titled, “The Value of a Liberal Arts Education. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Fisk and resides in Orlando, FL. His goal is to make his voice heard and make a difference.

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