Police found the boy’s DNA on her breast, according to the arrest report, as well as male DNA on her genitals, though it isn’t clear that the DNA belonged to the boy she was babysitting.
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For Trump, however, Levitt’s story is meaningful primarily as an illustration of what happens when a great businessman makes the fatal error of “losing momentum,” which I guess he thinks is a good lesson for Boy Scouts to learn.
In his speech on Monday, Trump rambled his way through a summary of Levitt’s career and personal life: His spectacular rise, the sale of his company to a New York conglomerate, his purchase of a yacht, his ensuing “very interesting life” (“You’re Boy Scouts so I'm not going to tell you what he did”), his repurchase of the company, and ultimately his bankruptcy. (The book was written “with” Meredith Mc Iver, the longtime Trump Organization staffer who took the fall for Melania Trump’s plagiarized speech at the Republican National Convention last summer.) The chapter “Maintain Your Momentum” is less than a page-and-a-half long, and it consists entirely of the Levitt story.
[Verse 1] I'm left in misery The girl I love's gone across the sea I'm all alone I ain't got no home Mandy was her name Sleeping was her game She didn't care about me Oh God, baby can't you see [Chorus] I'm a lonely boy [x4] [Verse 2] I need her tender touch Oh, I need it oh so much I can't forget I'm so upset I wonder where she's gone I wonder where she went wrong I want to get her back to me But I think she's tired of me [Chorus] [Bridge] Every time I think of her It brings back memories I remember how it used to be Oh baby, can't you see?