CREW has tallied every public conflict of interest the Trump has racked up during his presidency, and updates the numbers daily. The results are staggering.
The president violates the Constitution on a daily basis, administration officials defy ethics laws, while the corrupting influence of money in politics persists across party lines and across the country. This cannot stand. CREW has taken more than 600 legal actions since the beginning of this administration to fight for a government that is accountable to the people, rather than one that is operating in secret, corrupted by self interest.
If President Trump would like to avoid the case going further and curtail the serious harms caused by his conduct, now would be a good time to divest from his businesses.
CREW has revealed 21 instances in which changes to federal rules and regulations under the Trump administration may benefit his businesses.
Jared Kushner's brother co-founded Oscar Health which HHS contacted to build a now-scrapped coronavirus testing website, raising serious ethics questions.
The power to decide which agencies are allocated funds and on what conditions must not be underestimated.
Jared Kushner appears to be violating federal law by working extensively on President Trump’s re-election campaign from the White House.
Despite the obvious need to block any opportunities for corruption in the $2 trillion stimulus, proper oversight is lacking.
FEMA's Strategic National Stockpile could be prioritizing the distribution of materials to states supportive of Trump's coronavirus response.
Twitter’s rules are clear, and Conway is in violation of them. They do not allow users to “use our service for any unlawful service.”
President Donald Trump has exposed serious shortcomings in executive branch ethics laws that threaten our democracy and must be addressed. Here's how.
President Trump's abuse of power connected to Ukraine is impeachable, and appears to be criminal on at least five counts.
When personal profits are prioritized over ethics, and secret money damages our institutions, CREW fights abuses of power and violations of the law. We must hold our leaders to a higher standard than simply walking the line between legality and criminality. Since our founding in 2003, we have worked to hold leaders of both parties accountable for unethical conduct. By demanding transparency and ethics from our leaders, we can defend our democracy and prevent the current crisis from becoming the new normal.