By JOSH GOLDBERG The Donald Trump Jr. tweet was a classic example of an email in which the author of the email, an adviser to the candidate, says: “I love the way your father is handling the election.
He is going to win.”
A typical message like that is considered a signal to a campaign worker.
And it was.
Trump Jr., the eldest son of the Republican presidential candidate, received the email from Rob Goldstone, a music publicist who has worked for both Goldstone and President Trump.
It was the first time Goldstone had spoken to the president’s son about the election, and it came in a series of email exchanges from August.
It’s hard to be more specific than that, and the president is right to say that. “
The president and his team continue to support Mr. Trump and believe that his win is a result of the hard work of ordinary Americans.”
It’s hard to be more specific than that, and the president is right to say that.
The president has been running a campaign that has included a barrage of emails from Trump campaign staffers.
There have been thousands of them, with dozens of them coming from Goldstone’s email address.
There are many more that the campaign will not comment on, including some that have been sent to and from his wife, Marla Maples.
A campaign aide said Trump Jr.’s response is consistent with the message he had received on previous occasions: that the president was the only candidate with an unblemished record on issues like health care, national security and the economy.
He’s also been receiving emails about a host of other things, such as the economy, taxes and the future of the Affordable Care Act.
But the emails from Goldsmith, Trump Jr’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and other Trump campaign officials have all come in the past month.
Goldsmith sent the first message to Trump Jr, who forwarded it to Trump, who replied with an email from a staffer who was also a Trump adviser, Jared Kushner.
That staffer sent a link to a news article that said Trump had been sued for $5 billion over his failed real estate project in the early 2000s.
The Trump campaign had also received several emails that were more innocuous.
In one of them sent from Trump’s private account, Goldsmith said that the lawsuit against Trump was a “scam.”
It didn’t take long for Trump Jr to respond.
“Thanks Rob,” he replied.
“Good to see you back.”
The next message was sent from Goldring to Trump’s son-in-law, Jared.
“Jared, I just want to thank you for reaching out to me.
I have always thought you were an excellent person and I wish you well in your future endeavors.
The real estate case is a sham,” Goldstone wrote.
Trump, Jr. replied: “It was not a sham.”
In a follow-up email to Goldstone from Kushner, Goldstone said he would like to have a private meeting with Trump to discuss the lawsuit.
Trump didn’t respond to the follow-ups.
He sent another email, saying he was in New York and didn’t have time to meet with Goldstone or Kushner.
In the email chain between Goldstone (whose name is now redacted from the public record) and Trump Jr that is public, Goldson and Kushner discussed the lawsuit and other issues.
They said Goldstone wanted to speak with Trump directly.
Goldson also asked to meet in New Jersey, which Kushner did not respond to.
Goldstein said he did not want to meet Kushner in New Hampshire, where Trump lives.
The following day, Goldston sent Trump Jr another email saying he had an idea on how to talk to the campaign manager.
Kushner told Goldstone that Trump had given him a list of questions he wanted to ask Goldstone during the campaign.
Kushner also said Goldsmith wanted to meet again on Tuesday, but that it was unclear when.
Gold Smith responded to Trump with an offer to meet.
He asked Goldstone if he would be willing to come on Tuesday to a private gathering, and Goldstone agreed.
Trump was invited to the gathering, Kushner told the New York Times in a story published Wednesday.
Goldston, the Times reported, offered to meet Trump in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
In a video of the meeting, Kushner said Trump promised to give him more details on the lawsuit, including who was suing who and what kind of settlement he wanted.
Kushner was shown the lawsuit’s legal filing, and he told Trump that he wanted the names of the plaintiffs removed.
Gold is a well-known New Jersey real estate developer who has been the subject of several lawsuits related to the Trump Tower project. He