Trump’s Latest Vow – Look Into Case Of Banker Accused Of Killing Caribbean Hotel Worker

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US President Donald Trump, under pressure of impeachment, says he is now going looking into the case involving a Connecticut banker in Anguilla. (Photo by Eric BARADAT / AFP) (Photo by ERIC BARADAT/AFP via Getty Images)
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US President Donald Trump vowed Monday to investigate the case of a Connecticut banker accused of murdering a hotel worker during a family vacation in Anguilla.

“Will be looking into the Scott Hapgood case, and the Island of Anguilla. Something looks and sounds very wrong. I know Anguilla will want to see this case be properly and justly resolved!” Trump tweeted — the same day the UBS Investment Bank honcho’s wife pleaded for the president’s help on Fox News.

“I’ve seen Trump help Americans in peril around the globe and we really need his help,” Kallie Hapgood, 44, told viewers.

Many local Anguillans were not pleased with the president’s tweet.

“Obviously Trump is not aware of the facts,” said Haydn Hughes, a local talk-show host and former parliamentary secretary for tourism. “At the end of the day, Kenny Mitchel died at the hands of Scott Hapgood.”

The coroner had first ruled that Mitchel died of asphyxiation during his struggle with Hapgood, 44, but changed the cause of death to cocaine and alcohol toxicity in light of toxicology results.

President Trump vowed Monday to investigate the case of a Connecticut banker accused of murdering a hotel worker during a family vacation in Anguilla.

“Will be looking into the Scott Hapgood case, and the Island of Anguilla. Something looks and sounds very wrong. I know Anguilla will want to see this case be properly and justly resolved!” Trump tweeted — the same day the UBS Investment Bank honcho’s wife pleaded for the president’s help on Fox News.

“I’ve seen Trump help Americans in peril around the globe and we really need his help,” Kallie Hapgood, 44, told viewers.

Many local Anguillans were not pleased with the president’s tweet.

“Obviously Trump is not aware of the facts,” said Haydn Hughes, a local talk-show host and former parliamentary secretary for tourism. “At the end of the day, Kenny Mitchel died at the hands of Scott Hapgood.”

The coroner had first ruled that Mitchel died of asphyxiation during his struggle with Hapgood, 44, but changed the cause of death to cocaine and alcohol toxicity in light of toxicology results.

Hapgood is due back in Anguilla on Nov. 11 for the continuation of a closed-door hearing in his case. (NY POST)

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