The Trump administration’s persistent violations, including 15 in the last two weeks, raise questions about criminal liabilities for Trump himself.
CREW obtained President Trump's personal financial disclosure from 2019. Read it here.
A White House ethics official directed Kushner to divest from Cadre “to avoid a conflict of interest," raising questions about why he withdrew the request.
OGE’s withdrawal Jared Kushner's Cadre CD raises questions, including whether Kushner ever went through with divesting.
At least three of the donors to Pence's legal defense fund are executives at companies that have contracts with the federal government
ALEC’s connections to policies that have disproportionately harmed people of color deserve renewed scrutiny.
Betsy DeVos reported up to $100 million or more in income last year while serving as the Secretary of Education, according to a review of her personal financial disclosures.
It is an insult to the public that McEntee was rehired by the White House after he successfully concealed income from public scrutiny.
Marc Short may be participating in the government’s coronavirus pandemic response while holding significant conflicting financial interests.
Congress needs to know the scope of Kenneth Braithwaite’s ties to his former employer before they decide whether to hand him a massive promotion.
White House’s decision to close its review of McEntee’s report without further revisions or certification has left many concerns unresolved.
A White House staffer attended the Alliance Defending Freedom's Summit on Religious Liberty, suggesting that the group's influence is expanding.