A nonprofit set up to assist with President Trump’s transition into office gave $150,000 to 45 Alliance, a new pro-Trump dark money group.
President Trump will be making even more money than usual from his DC hotel on the nights around the 2020 presidential election.
In the weeks leading up to the announcement of her nomination, Judy Shelton repeatedly visited Trump Hotel in Washington, DC and conducted interviews in the lobby.
In addition to the Trump Organization’s “Presence in six countries,” MNC Group said there were “Numerous projects in the pipeline.”
President Trump flew west from England to the Trump International Golf Links and Hotel in southwest Ireland, which he profits from.
Spending by political groups accounted for a significant portion of revenue at Trump International Hotel and other Trump properties.
Commerce documents show Rick Gates lobbied Wilbur Ross on behalf of Tom Barrack and Elliott Broidy on issues linked to their financial interests.
Right to Rise spent hundreds of thousands of dollars during the 2016 campaign, but concealed their activity by routing the spending through at least one other group.
The filings may have coincided with scrutiny of the group by Mueller’s investigators, and may suggest activity by his team behind the scenes.
Payments to the hotel related to the event result in personal income for President Trump, who still owns and profits from his businesses.
Trump Organization Business Partner Signed a Deal with Saudi-backed Fund Weeks Before Journalist DisappearedLinnaea Honl-Stuenkel
The Trump Organization’s Indonesian partner inked an agreement for a Trump-branded development with a firm in which the Saudi government owns a large stake.
Republican lobbyist C. Boyden Gray contributed $250k to pro-Trump political nonprofit America First Policies in April 2018.