Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
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.
Ivanka Trump’s business recently received approval for two new trademarks in Japan.
Tobacco company Reynolds American gave $1.5 million to pro-Trump dark money nonprofit America First Policies in 2017.
Customer Care at Mar-a-Lago: President Trump Consults Members of His Elite Club about Policy and StaffingLinnaea Honl-Stuenkel
On four separate occasions this year, President Trump has sought and received feedback from members and guests of Mar-a-Lago.
Ivanka Trump Marks LLC already holds more than a dozen trademarks in the country as well as multiple pending applications.
The Senate needs to make sure that he is being honest with the American people he serves.
Leveraging the Revolving Door: Lobbying Forms Show How Agriculture Group Targets Officials with Industry Ties for AdvocacyKye Toscano
Unusually detailed lobbying disclosures filed by an agriculture industry group show how lobbyists are able to leverage the revolving door
CREW found that less than two weeks before meeting with the president on the bill, Shuster’s campaign paid the president’s Washington, D.C. hotel nearly $20,000.