Abigail Perlman

It is inconceivable that a savvy politician who recently shed a "$1.6M Georgetown mansion" for which he had been collecting illegal tax benefits and associated grief would purchase land in an even more exclusive Northwest Washington neighborhood for $1.5M with his wife, secure a permit (or permits) for building, secure plans for a "custom designed 6 Bedroom" mansion, and then place said land and mansion plans on the market during an election year (but never manage to actually sell the land despite high demand) to deflect criticism about where he truly lives, his membership in "the old-school Georgetown social establishment," and his ability to offer anything other than empty poll-tested rhetoric for the people who are actually struggling to make ends meet.  

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