This is a textbook Gish gallop fallacy, throwing together a bunch of individually weak arguments to create the illusion of one strong one. As has already been noted here by Yarpen Zigrin, that’s a jumble of completely unrelated bits of information, many of them normal things you’d expect, some having nothing to do with US political corruption, many having nothing to do with Trump, and some outright false. You utilized this fallacious argument because you don’t have a real one.

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