In 1998, Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts secretly conducted business in Cuba.

That’s despite Cuba being under a trade embargo since 1962.

Trump knowingly conducted this business through an American consulting firm.

On Feb. 8, 1999, that firm billed Trump $68,551.88, disguising the business in Cuba as “on behalf of a charity.”

Under the embargo, doing business in Cuba is illegal. Due to the statute of limitations, Trump won’t face prosecution over his dealings in Cuba.

But they offer a strong indication of how he views the laws of the country he now leads.