The American Petroleum Institute spent thousands at Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. before meeting with Trump at the White House. Think he was receptive in their meeting?Read more
From his cabinet to his ambassadors to his executive staff, Donald Trump has all but officially established “pay to play” as official White House policy, receiving money in exchange for access and policy influence. That decisions he makes as president are being influenced by personal monetary gain is scary and antithetical to the Constitution.
Robert Mueller’s team is asking about millions in donations to Trump's inauguration committee from donors with ties to those four countries. Where have we heard those before?Read more
Trump has adopted favorable policies toward China, Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Russia in exchange for $500 million and help winning the 2016 election.Read more
Foreign governments and officials frequently spend money at Trump properties. This creates a conflict of interest and could give foreign powers sway over the government.Read more
The heads of the FBI, CIA, and NSA think that Chinese phone company ZTE, which the U.S. has sanctioned repeatedly, might be using its technology to spy on Americans. Now Trump wants to help them, just as China is giving $500 million to a Trump project in Indonesia.Read more
Trump's golf courses provide executives, lobbyists, and other club members intimate access to the president, and an opportunity to push their own interests by paying for it.Read more