For people who’ve been paying close attention, this is the latest in a long overlap of Trump using a crisis to shill campaign hats.
Less than two weeks after President Trump returned from an official visit to India, the business he still owns announced it would ship to products to India.
Trump got new Argentinian trademarks for the word “Trump” in two classes of services: real estate affairs and building construction.
As a former weapons lobbyists, every action that Defense Secretary Esper takes must be scrutinized through the lens of Raytheon’s benefit.
Trump's Argentina trademarks are not the first time that the Trump family’s trademarks ran up against American foreign policy.
The Hatch Act prohibits use of his official position while participating in political activity, which it certainly appears Mulvaney was doing.
Guess what went on sale on his campaign website within 48 hours of Labor Day weekend...exactly the hat Trump wore while watching the hurricane.
A Member of Congress goes to prison for looting his campaign account of hundreds of thousands of dollars, but the FEC just keeps sending the same letter.
In the Trump administration, every official action is a marketing opportunity, even disaster response.
Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. have the same old titles in 2019 that they had in mid-2016—Don Jr. even has an almost word for word bio.
Taxpayers spent nearly $250,000 on hotels, airfare and Secret Service protection in one month for two overseas trips by Eric and Donald Trump Jr.