Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | House Democrats Are Flooding Trump World With Demands. Here’s a Guide to the Investigations. Advertisement Supported by A handful of key House committees will lead the scrutiny of the president, his businesses, campaign and administration. ByNicholas Fandos March 7, 2019 WASHINGTON — When they won the majority last year, House Democrats promised a barrage of investigations into President Trump and those around him. It now looks more like a continuous bombardment. This week alone, Democrats on the Judiciary Committee sent 81 document requests seeking information on potential obstruction of justice, abuse of power and corruption in the Trump administration. Three more committees demanded documents and witness interviews related to Mr. Trump’s private communications with President … [Read more...] about House Democrats Are Flooding Trump World With Demands. Here’s a Guide to the Investigations.
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By Emily Flitter and Jesse Drucker, New York Times Published 5:43 pm CDT, Tuesday, July 24, 2018 Photo: JEENAH MOON /NYT Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 The glass headquarters of Signature Bank in Manhattan, July 14, 2018. The bank has extended lines of credit to the Trump International Golf Club; lent money to President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner; and provided Trump and his business with checking accounts. The banks close ties to the Trump and Kushner families have led to government scrutiny, and New York regulators have opened an investigation. less The glass headquarters of Signature Bank in Manhattan, July 14, 2018. The bank has extended lines of credit to the Trump International Golf Club; lent money to President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner; and ... more Photo: JEENAH MOON /NYT How a small bank … [Read more...] about How a small bank became a go-to lender to the Trump family
THE President of the United States is the world's most colourful and publicised billionaire. Here's the lowdown on all things Donald Trump. Where did Donald Trump grow up and was his family wealthy? Donald Trump was born on June 14, 1946, the fourth child of real estate tycoon Fred Trump. The Trump family was wealthy and lived in a mansion in the Queens area of New York. As a 13-year-old, Donald was sent to a military academy after he started misbehaving at school. Now 71, he boasts that he made money "the good old-fashioned way" but he first got into real estate with a "small" $1million loan from his father and helped manage the family's housing portfolio in the New York area. He took control of the company in 1971 and renamed it the Trump Organisation - shifting from residential sales in Brooklyn and Queens to swanky projects in Manhattan. The company transformed the rundown Commodore Hotel into the Grand Hyatt before developing the most famous Trump landmark, the 68-storey Trump … [Read more...] about How old is Donald Trump, how much is the US President’s net worth, when did he and Melania get married and how many children does he have?
President Trump slammed FBI agent Peter Strzok, calling his Thursday testimony before Congress a “disgrace to our country.” During an interview with CBS News’ Jeff Glor, Trump said: “I watched some of the testimony, even though I’m in Europe, of Strzok. And I thought it was a disgrace to our country. I thought it was an absolute disgrace.” “He wants to do things against me before I was even, I guess before I was even the candidate,” Trump added. “It was a disgrace. And then he lied about it. And you know, talking about shutting it down and ‘we, we.’ And he says, ‘Oh, I meant the American people’ all of a sudden, you know. He came up with excuses.”Strzok appeared before Congress to answer questions, in part, about anti-Trump texts he had sent during the campaign to another agent he was having an affair with.See Also: President Trump calls media ‘the … [Read more...] about Trump slams Strzok’s testimony as a ‘disgrace to our country’
Salvador Rizzo, The Washington Post Published 5:44 am PDT, Thursday, July 12, 2018 "Just to state this: Justice Kennedy's son gave a billion dollar loan to Trump when no one would give him a dime, and Justice Kennedy has been ruling in favor of the Trump Administration position for 2 years as the Court decides 5-4 case after 5-4 case." - Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress, in a tweet, June 29, 2018 - - - "The circumstances of Justice Kennedy's resignation must be investigated by the Senate Judiciary Committee before any replacement is considered. The Constitution does not give Trump the power to use underhanded means to induce Supreme Court resignations." Recommended Video: Now Playing: President Trump To Announce Supreme Court Pick July 9 On Friday, the president said he has narrowed his Supreme Court justice search to about five candidates. Among the candidates being considered are two women. Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his … [Read more...] about The thinly sourced theories about Trump’s loans and Justice Kennedy’s son