Justice Department lawyers say President Trump can accept hotel bills and office rent on his properties without violating the Constitution. Alex Altman and Andrew Rice discuss ethical concerns.
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The investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia is serious, but what’s imperiling Donald Trump’s presidency is, well, Donald Trump. Vox’s editor-in-chief Ezra Klein explains.
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For a deeper look at this Forbes exclusive please read Dan Alexander’s article here: http://on.forbes.com/trump-charity-money
Everyone is talking about impeachment after it emerged that President Donald Trump asked James Comey to stop the FBI probe into Michael Flynn’s ties to Russia. But how easy is it to impeach the President of the United States? Let’s discuss.
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In a completely unprompted moment today, President Trump attacked Canada over its dairy industry policies.
Continue reading Donald Trump Calls Canada A Disgrace
The names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of public sector employees paid $100,000 or more in a calendar year.
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“Meet John Doe” is a 1941 film directed by Frank Capra. It stars Barbara Stanwyck as a Journalist and Gary Cooper, with Walter Brennan, both penniless and unemployed hobo’s. When Gary Cooper receives $50, Walter Brennan (“The Colonel”) launches into the following monologue to explain what “Heelots” are.
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What we can learn from Reconstruction, Watergate, and the Clinton saga via Vox
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Only Stephen Colbert is talking about this inexplicably unnoticed portion of Trump’s tax returns… into a microwave.
Continue reading Trump’s Tax Returns Were Released By… Trump?