Trump's Conflicts of Interest
Donald Trump's international web of businesses creates unprecedented potential for conflicts of interest and corruption. And some picks for his administration might have to face their own conflicts.
The Trump Foundation Is Closing After Admitting It Broke IRS RulesBy Jake Jones | November 20, 2017
Then-President-elect Trump said in December he would close down the foundation.
Assange Confirms Trump Campaign's Data Firm Approached WikiLeaksBy Jake Jones | October 25, 2017
The story connecting the data firm and WikiLeaks was first reported by The Daily Beast.
California Gov. Jerry Brown Vetoes Bill Targeting Trump's Tax ReturnsBy Jake Jones | October 16, 2017
More than 20 states have advanced bills similar to the one Brown vetoed, but none of those bills have become law.
Trump Administration Releases Tiny Sliver Of Mar-A-Lago Visitor LogsBy Matt Picht | September 15, 2017
After a court order, the Department of Justice released a list of 22 people who visited Mar-a-Lago when President Trump was there.
Ivanka Trump Entangled In Myriad Conflicts Of InterestBy Liz Wahl | September 7, 2017
The White House adviser and first daughter negotiates both U.S. policy and trade deals for her personal business with foreign powers.
Inside The Fight To Uncover Trump's Financial Conflicts Of InterestAugust 24, 2017
Attorney generals are taking on Trump's conflicts of interest because they say Congress isn't doing its job as a check on the president.
Trump Tweeted He Has 'Complete Power To Pardon.' But Does He?By Gabrielle Ware | July 23, 2017
Even experts can't agree on whether or not the president can pardon himself.
Meet The DOJ Official Who Could Take Over The Trump InvestigationBy Grant Suneson | June 16, 2017
Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand could oversee the Trump-Russia investigation if Rod Rosenstein recuses himself due to conflicts of interest.
Congressional Democrats Plan To Sue President Trump Over His ConflictsBy Grant Suneson | June 7, 2017
Over 100 congressional Democrats will sue President Trump, saying his D.C. hotel violates the emoluments clause of the Constitution.
Another Trump Associate Declined Congress' Request For Russia InfoBy Jake Jones | May 30, 2017
President Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen denied a congressional request to turn over documents and to testify.
Kushner Family Business Is Taking Advantage Of This Immigration PolicyBy Jake Jones | May 7, 2017
Jared Kushner's sister is using a U.S. visa program to raise money for her family's real estate company.
#TaxDay Demonstrations In Several Cities Get A Presidential ResponseBy Jake Jones | April 16, 2017
Demonstrators took to the streets in several cities calling for the president to release his tax returns.
For $200,000 You Can Witness History At President Trump's ClubBy Kate Grumke | February 13, 2017
Trump seems to have set up a classic pay-to-play situation at his Florida club.
Conflicted: A Newsy Special ReportBy Kate Grumke, Zach Toombs | February 1, 2017
This special report explores the unprecedented conflicts of interest in the Trump White House.
Trump Businesses' Foreign Debt Could Be A Conflict Of InterestBy Kate Grumke | February 1, 2017
Because President Trump hasn't fully divested, this is still a problem.
Countries With Trump Business Interests Spared From Immigration BanBy Zach Toombs | January 26, 2017
Middle Eastern countries where Trump has done business weren't included in his refugee and visa ban.
Letter Says Trump Resigned From His Companies Before Taking OfficeBy Matt Picht | January 23, 2017
The Trump Organization has released the president's letter of resignation from almost 500 companies.
Ethics Watchdogs Have A Problem With Trump's White House WebsiteBy Grant Suneson | January 21, 2017
Melania Trump's bio on the White House website was changed to omit the name of her jewelry line QVC used to sell.
First Petitions To Trump's White House Are All About Trump's FinancesBy Matt Picht | January 20, 2017
The first two petitions on President Trump's official petition site asked him to release his tax returns and divest of his businesses.
Unless He Divests, Trump Will Owe Wall Street Hundreds Of MillionsBy Zach Toombs | January 18, 2017
Banks like Wells Fargo will be regulated by Trump's appointees. Those banks also hold millions in debt from the new president.
Trump's Sons Will Manage Business During His PresidencyBy Kate Grumke | January 11, 2017
He's not selling it but instead putting the assets in a trust.
Donald Trump's Conflicts Of Interest Are UnprecedentedBy Zach Toombs | January 10, 2017
The new president and his family are positioned to profit from policy they help create.
Why The Trump Organization Being $315M In Debt Is A Big DealBy Jake Jones | January 7, 2017
Over 150 separate financial institutions hold the Trump Organization's debt. Experts say that's a conflict-of-interest nightmare.
How Trump Could Get Rid Of His Business Conflicts Of InterestBy Kate Grumke | January 4, 2017
Trump will have to take some big steps to appease his critics.
Trump's Cabinet Faces More Conflict-Of-Interest Scrutiny Than He DoesBy Kate Grumke | December 21, 2016
The Cabinet members will have a harder time getting away with conflicts of interest than the president-elect.
Who Can Hold Donald Trump Accountable On Conflicts Of Interest?By Kate Grumke | December 14, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump's businesses have opened the door to potential corruption allegations in an unprecedented way.
Trump's Secretary Of State Pick Has A Big Reason To Be Nice To RussiaBy Eugene Daniels | December 13, 2016
If sanctions against Russia are ever lifted, Exxon could make millions upon millions of dollars.
Trump's Pick For Environmental Protection Has Ties To Oil LobbyistsBy Jake Godin | December 8, 2016
As Oklahoma's attorney general, Scott Pruitt was caught letting lobbyists for an oil company write letters under his name.
Trump's Treasury Secretary Pick Has Deep Ties To Goldman SachsBy Jake Godin | December 6, 2016
Donald Trump's treasury secretary pick not only has deep Wall Street ties, but also represents the opposite of Trump's campaign rhetoric.
Donald Trump's DC Hotel Is A Big Conflict Of InterestBy Kate Grumke | November 29, 2016
From government contracts to foreign diplomacy, the Washington, D.C., hotel presents a lot of opportunities for corruption.
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