The Federal Judge preceding over the trial of President Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, officiated George Soros’ wedding in 2013. The Judge, Kimba Wood, also had a brief stint working at a Playboy casino in the Sixties.
Wood was also nominated by Bill Clinton in 1996 to serve as Attorney General, but her hiring of an illegal immigrant nanny dashed her hopes of taking the job currently occupied by Jeff Sessions.
Soros’ 2013 wedding was a major affair, with over 500 attendees, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. In lieu of gifts, Soros requested that attendees to the wedding donate to several organizations, including Planned Parenthood.
George Soros made billions as one of the most successful investors of all time. With his fortune, Soros has bankrolled countless far-left organizations and candidates. Soros donated nearly $10 million to groups supporting Hillary Clinton’s failed Presidential campaign in 2016.
This could serve as a conflict of interest for the judge, considering the political implications of the Cohen trial.
Cohen is being sued by adult film star Stormy Daniels over a payment he gave her in exchange for staying silent about an alleged affair with President Trump. Cohen’s home and office was raided by the FBI last week, and the decision on what to do with the documents collected is up to Wood.
The Daily Beast reported: “When federal judge Kimba Wood—who sentenced junk bond king Michael Milken—was nominated by Bill Clinton to be attorney general, among the facts that came out in her confirmation hearing was that in 1966 she trained for five days as a Bunny at London’s Playboy Club. “It was a way to earn money,” a friend recalled of Wood’s side job while a student at the London School of Economics. “She was doing it for a joke and then decided it was stupid.” But it wasn’t her time as a Bunny that derailed Wood’s nomination. During the hearings, she also revealed that she had employed an illegal alien to look after her child, a scandal that became known as “Nannygate.'”
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