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Susanne Ljung: Vanity unites men around the Trump

It is not only a cheating with the truth that unites many of the men around the president of the united states Donald Trump, it is also vanity.

Strikingly, many of them care about their appearance and puts great care in his appearance, not the least their clothes. A knowledge that the FBI in recent times with success has used to get them out of balance.

When the FBI recently decided to strike against the political consultant Roger Stone, one of Donald Trump's former advisor, was he not even a few minutes ' warning.

at dawn at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and was not given a chance to select clothes from his extensive wardrobe. All he had on was dark blue jeans and a matching polo shirt.

Conventional garments that would have looked okay on anyone.

But Roger Stone is not just anyone, and far from conventional, especially when it comes to style. He favors the bizarre costumes and glasses, do not use socks but plenty of brown-without-sunscreen and have long since dyed her hair platinablont.

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He also has an own fashion blog – Stone on Style – where he is each year, appoint the best and the worst dressed according to a principle created by one of modern history's most feared men in fashion, Mr. Blackwell. A lesser-known american designer who at the beginning of the 1960s, made a name for himself, and a fortune, by public begin to criticise the clothes that famous people wore. As a result, the previous hovsamma way to write about celebrities and their clothes, loosened and it was free to create the inside and outside lists.

if people's clothing has hardly had the kind of influence, if any at all. But his own eye-catching look and style has helped make him known in political circles, where he gained the reputation of being utterly unscrupulous in question to resort to dirty tricks.

Roger Stone makes the ever-Richard Nixon's victory sign, and has tattooed in Nixon's face on his back. Stone has written the book ”Nixon's Secrets”. Photo: AP, IBL and Polaris

He calls himself " proud to be a dirty trickster and loves the american president Richard Nixon (also known as Tricky Dick) so much that he has tattooed a large image of Nixon's face on his back and made his island(known) victory sign – with the arms outstretched and the fingers shaped to the V-sign to his own.

Roger Stone's services have been requested by several of the world's dictators, and Donald Trump. A man who Roger Stone is already in the early 1980s, tried to convince to become a presidential candidate.

started the Roger Stone consultancy firm Black, Manafort, Stone and Kelly, along with another of Donald Trump's former adviser, Paul Manafort. A man who, during a short period of time 2016 was Donald Trumps kampanjchef. Now he sits in jail, convicted of several tax offenses.

Manafort had a säckig sportjacka of ostrich skins with the white sidenfoder. According to receipts, had the cost of 150,000 dollars.

Also, Paul Manafort was the subject of a kind of moderelaterad raided by the FBI.

One morning, in 2017, the FBI raided his homes in Washington DC and shortly thereafter published images from his well-stocked wardrobe, to the many political reportrars oförställda gloating.

It turned out that he had clothes for the approximately eleven million. There were not only the exclusive costumes in the 50,000-kronorsklassen, but also a lot of garments which strengthened his already bad reputation. As a säckig sportjacka of ostrich skins with the white sidenfoder. According to receipts, had the cost of 150,000 dollars.

Robin Givhan, a smart woman who rarely am amazed at what people choose to put on, described it as ”appalling”. A precious garment whose only purpose is to signal an abundance of money.

unlike Paul Manafort has Roger Stone (yet) not been convicted of any crime, and will perhaps never become it. But, he has, for the first time been caught trying to look like the average man. Something that for a certain type of vanity men can feel that, maybe not a punishment, but as a painful humiliation.

Paul Manafort, left, and Michael Cohen. Photo: AP

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