In 2017, Sen. Steve Daines’ campaign dropped $281 at Trump’s hotel in Las Vegas. The following year, the Iowa Republican Party paid $945 for rooms at a Trump resort in Miami. And four months later, Protect
President Trump returned to his hometown on Monday to kick off the 100th annual New York City Veterans Day Parade, his second visit to the city since he announced he was making Florida his primary home.
High above, in the windows of the tall buildings overlooking the park, a handful of makeshift signs were also visible with the naked eye: “IMPEACH” and “Dump Trump.” If Trump had hoped to kick off his
Conservative organizations, religious groups, and world leaders have all been dumping money into Trump properties. In some areas of his real estate empire, Donald Trump's presidency has been bad for business.
WASHINGTON — Like every presidential conversation with a foreign leader, this one had scripted talking points and a predigested news release recounting an exchange yet to take place. Aides in the White
Chaos, crazy ideas, and cashing in: 5 things Trump and Adam Neumann have in common - Business Insider
Both Trump and Neumann have built billion-dollar brands using a potent mix of charisma and clever marketing. Trump parlayed his family wealth and reputation as a New York playboy and socialite into a business,
WE ARE BEGINNING what is a pivotal week for DONALD TRUMP and his presidency. Most notably: the public impeachment proceedings, which begin Wednesday and continue Friday. On Tuesday, we expect the release
MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla.—Defending dad on the campaign trail, on social media and with a new book, the president’s eldest son Donald Trump Jr. is relishing his role as a political combatant heading into 2020.
U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland arrives at a closed session before the House Intelligence, Foreign Affairs and Oversight committees October 17, 2019 at the U.S. Capitol in Washington,
President Trump Just Announced Where He's Going After the White House. Here's the Strange Test He'll Have to Pass to Make
President Trump just did something that many other wealthy people in New York have done this year. He announced that after 73 years as a resident of New York, he officially wants to become a resident Florida.