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Hunter Biden has reignited a feud with the Trump children, calling them out for getting rich on Trump's dime. In his memoir, Biden says the Trump kids could never get a job outside Trump's business. Hunter Biden has reignited a long-standing feud with the Trump children, calling them out for "(reaping) the benefits of their family name." In his new memoir, "Beautiful Things," Biden calls the Trump kids — Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, and Eric Trump — out for not being able to get a job outside of their father's business. "We can talk about all of the places where I am supposedly grifting but Hunter Biden isn't….
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A former Housing and Urban Development official who served under ex-President Donald Trump admitted violating the Hatch Act when she helped produce a video for the Republican National Convention, the U.S. Office of Special Counsel said Tuesday. The Hatch Act is intended to stop certain federal employees from engaging in partisan political activity, but it is not always enforced. Patton wanted public housing residents "to appear in the video to explain how their standard of living had improved under the Trump administration," the office said. It may be a Hatch Act violation. CREW had repeatedly accused other Trump administration officials, including the then-president's daughter and advisor Ivanka Trump, of violating the Hatch Act.
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And they are zeroing in on Weisselberg's two sons, both of whom also have close ties to the Trump Organization, The Post reported. She said Allen Weisselberg would arrange compensation packages in ways that could allow the Trump Organization to skirt tax rules. "There's a misconception about the Trump Organization that it's this big, massive company with 10,000 employees," Michael Cohen, Trump's former personal lawyer and an ex-vice president for the Trump Organization, said in congressional testimony. Unlike Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, Trump's sons who play leading roles in his company, Weisselberg has made few forays into politics. Wollman Rink on January 14 in Central Park after the city severed several contracts with the Trump Organization.
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Lara Trump said Facebook wrote in an email that the video violates its current ban on Trump. Facebook has removed a video that featured an interview with former President Donald Trump because it violated its current ban on him, according to Trump's daughter-in-law. Lara Trump, the wife of Eric Trump, posted on Instagram emails that she said were from Facebook. The message said Facebook "removed content from Lara Trump's Facebook Page that featured President Trump speaking. The video prompted companies to act — Facebook removed the video and then later banned Trump on January 7.
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On Monday, Fox announced it has hired the former president's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, as a paid contributor. On Monday, Fox announced it has hired the former president's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, as a paid contributor. On Tuesday, the network revealed that Trump's former White House press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, will be promoted to a co-host of the daily program "Outnumbered." Trump, the 38-year-old wife of Eric Trump, served as a 2020 campaign adviser and helped lead Women for Trump. In the past, Fox has terminated the contracts of contributors — including former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders — when they formally announce their bids for office.
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Eric Trump told the Washington Post he wants to turn Miami Doral into a casino. The expansive Miami Doral resort has been financially struggling for years. Eric Trump is pushing for the Trump Organization's financially struggling Miami Doral Resort in South Florida to be turned into a casino to help boost revenues, the Washington Post reported Wednesday. Eric Trump, an executive at the Trump Organization, told the Post that Doral "would be a natural choice" for such a gambling license. Miami Doral, which boasts over 640 rooms and four separate golf courses on the property, has been straggling for years.
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Trump's Washington hotel has suffered a loss of income and interest, a Guardian report says. Former President Trump's Washington DC hotel, which was once the bustling hub of the MAGA world, is now eerily empty after suffering a huge loss of income and status, according to a report by the Guardian. But since Trump left the White House and moved his base to the Mar-A-Lago resort in Florida, the atmosphere has been eerily quiet. Sally Quinn, a local journalist who has written about the hotel, told the Guardian she "can't imagine who goes there now." A room at the Washington DC hotel typically costs around $47 to $596 (£439) per night at this time of year, according to 1100 Pennsylvania.
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Former President Donald Trump granted extended Secret Service protections to his four adult children and their spouses before he left the White House, The Washington Post reported. The extended security detail could cost taxpayers millions of dollars, especially given the amount of traveling that the Trump children do related to the family company. Former President Donald Trump extended Secret Service protections for all of his adult children and their spouses, as well as three top administration officials, just before leaving the White House, The Washington Post reported Wednesday. Trump isn't the first president to extend Secret Service protections to those who aren't automatically entitled to receive them. Just hours before, Trump and former First Lady Melania Trump left the White House aboard Marine One to Palm Beach, Florida.
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Revenues at the Trump International Hotel in Washington fell 63% in 2020 compared to 2019, a financial disclosure released Wednesday revealed. Most Trump golf clubs saw revenues fall by more than 10%, and revenues at Trump Turnberry in Scotland dropped by about 62%. Former President Donald Trump's business empire suffered huge drops in revenue as the pandemic devastated the hospitality industry, a financial disclosure report released hours after he left the White House on Wednesday revealed. In the UK and Ireland, revenue at Trump's golf courses fell by about 27% from the previous year. One part of Trump's business empire that was unhurt by the pandemic was Mar-a-Lago, his private club in Florida and his future home.
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Former President Trump did not preemptively pardon himself before leaving office on Wednesday. As president, Trump had the power to issue a pardon even when the recipient hasn't been charged or convicted of a crime. Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump, first lady Melania Trump, Tiffany Trump, and Donald Trump Jr. before the presidential debate last week in Cleveland, Ohio. The Senate can take a vote to bar Trump from holding federal office again if they convict him. The New York attorney general's office and the Manhattan District Attorney's office are also both investigating whether some tax write-offs that benefited Ivanka Trump broke the law.
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Former President Donald Trump faces numerous legal issues at the federal and state levels that could last for years. Trump could face criminal and civil matters at the federal, state, and local levels. By doing so, the now ex-president opened himself up to federal, state, and local prosecution for election-law violations, several election-law experts told Insider. Whether Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr does anything is another matter. Three Democratic members of Congress, in two separate requests filed in late December, have asked the Department of Justice and Federal Election Commission to investigate whether the company violated election laws.
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Over the past year, former President Donald J. Trump’s family business suffered steep declines in revenue as the pandemic upended the nation’s hospitality industry, according to a financial disclosure report released hours after Mr. Trump departed office on Wednesday. The disclosure, which represents the final public snapshot of Mr. Trump’s finances, documents the toll the pandemic has taken on his luxury hospitality business, which essentially ground to a halt last spring when the coronavirus started sweeping through the country. Trump hotels and golf courses shuttered, and even after reopening, some faced restrictions on indoor dining and gatherings. “There were places that due to government mandates we were not able to operate,” Eric Trump, the former president’s son who helps run the business, said in an interview on Wednesday. “Those are places you are going to lose the season because of it.”
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Eric Trump, Organizations: Doral, Miami, House, Trump Organization Locations: Washington
Trump Prepares Pardon Wave for Final Hours
  + stars: | 2021-01-18 | by ( Maggie Haberman | Kenneth P. Vogel | Dana Rubinstein | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Rudolph W. Giuliani says he does not expect one, and Stephen K. Bannon’s chances seem to have dimmed. Mixed in among the big names, low-level drug offenders are under consideration. As President Trump enters the final hours of his term, he has been intently focused on who should benefit from his clemency power. Already, Mr. Trump has been making calls to some of the recipients, people briefed about them said, and he held another meeting about the topic on Monday afternoon. There are no plans for Mr. Trump to include a pardon for himself on the list to be released on Tuesday or for him to pre-emptively pardon his two adult sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, neither of whom has been charged with any wrongdoing, officials said.
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is considering a vote to convict President Donald Trump in an impeachment trial, Republican sources told Insider. "It's the time to shiv him and then brace for the fallout," said one GOP source with ties to the Trump White House. Sources close to the White House say the president's team remains in chaos after last week's riot. They also don't believe McConnell has the votes to convict him, according to another Republican close to the White House. "He's only going to get stronger," one of the sources close to the White House said, "if he survives all this."
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“Yet another example of Mayor de Blasio’s blatant disregard for the facts," Eric Trump, executive vice president of the Trump Organization and the president's son, said in a statement to NBC News. "The City of New York has no legal right to end our contracts and if they elect to proceed, they will owe The Trump Organization over $30 million dollars. “This is a breach of a binding contract, and they have no right to terminate the agreement,” the Trump Organization said in a statement Sunday. Meanwhile, the business backlash against the president for his role in the deadly attacks on the Capitol continues to grow. Cushman & Wakefield, one of the country's largest real estate service firms, said it would no longer do business with the Trump Organization, a company spokesperson told NBC News in an email.
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Pence made that clear in a Tuesday night letter on White House stationary to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. "They're telling him he can't," one of the GOP sources close to the White House said. And a wave of recent departures also came from top White House staffers citing the attack on the Capitol.. "This is him by himself and it is something that has never happened before," said one former senior Trump administration official. I just think that's a goofy theory," said the former Trump administration official.
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President Trump is angry at Ivanka Trump and Jared Kusher over her plan to go to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, a Republican source told Insider. President Donald Trump is angry at Trump and Jared Kusher, his daughter and son-in-law, over her plan to attend President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, a Republican source told Insider. Trump said on Friday that he would not be attending Biden's inauguration, breaking a long-standing norm in US democracy. A White House source told the outlet she "is worried that her promising political career is in jeopardy and she's doing whatever she can to save her reputation." Another White House source denied to the Mail that Ivanka plans to attend the inauguration.
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And in 2019, zero House Republicans defected from Donald Trump when he was impeached over the Ukraine matter. That’s the modern-day historical context to evaluate the number of House Republicans who might eventually vote on Wednesday to impeach Trump over his role in last week’s insurrection at the Capitol. ET Wednesday, 5 House Republicans say they will vote to impeach Pres. Trump:• Rep. Cheney of WY• Rep. Kinzinger of IL• Rep. Katko of NY• Rep. Upton of MI• Rep. Herrera Beutler of WA215+ House Democrats support impeachment. — NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) January 13, 2021 As of publication time on Wednesday, there are at least five House Republicans who said they will vote for Trump’s impeachment today.
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(Reuters) - Before Apple Inc banned Parler from its App Store store on Saturday, the social media site topped the charts as the most popular free app on its App Store in the United States. After Inc stopped hosting its business, effectively taking the upstart social media service offline, Parler is now fighting for survival. Parler, which was founded in 2018, is a social media network which styles itself as a “free speech-driven” space. Suspensions by Apple Inc’s App Store and Alphabet Inc’s Google had already meant potential new users were unable to download the app. Disinformation researchers said far-right groups that appeared at the riot maintained a vigorous online presence on alternative platforms including Parler where they spread violent rhetoric and organized ahead of the unrest.
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Secret Service agents were forced to testify during an investigation into then-President Bill Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Ex-President Richard Nixon also rejected Secret Service protection, saying it would save the public money. "That is a very, very slippery slope to go down as far as the Secret Service is concerned," said former Secret Service agent Joe Funk, a 21-year veteran of the Secret Service who served on the details of presidents George H. W. Bush and Clinton. But the courts rejected their argument that Secret Service agents deserve special confidentiality privileges. Trump's older children — Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump, and Tiffany Trump — get Secret Service protection only while their father is president.
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President Donald Trump was permanently banned from Twitter last week, after the social media platform repeatedly cited language they said helped incite the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol Building. The rest of his family, save for Donald Trump Jr., seem to have spent much of the last few days off the platform. Donald Trump Jr., however, has tweeted more than three dozen times in defense of his father and in defense of free speech. President Donald Trump's personal account was permanently banned from Twitter on Friday, after weeks of back and forth between the president and the social media giant. Additional tweets on Friday led to the president's permanent removal, along with that of the Trump campaign's Twitter account.
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An Urgent Reckoning for the Trump Brand
  + stars: | 2021-01-11 | by ( Eric Lipton | Ben Protess | Steve Eder | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
As House Democrats introduced an article of impeachment on Monday, more than a dozen big businesses vowed to withhold certain political donations. Morgan Stanley and AT&T said they, too, would suspend contributions to those lawmakers. The Trump Organization had already been facing considerable financial challenges. While such an array of challenges would spell doom for just about any hospitality brand, executives of the Trump Organization said they planned on cashing in on Mr. Trump’s global fame with overseas branding deals. “There has never been a political figure with more support or energy behind them than my father,” Eric Trump, the president’s son, who helps run the family business, said in a statement on Monday.
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The CEOs of Twitter and Parler were at odds with each other Saturday, each posting on their own network about Apple's decision to ban Parler. Before the ban, Parler had been the most downloaded app. On Parler, CEO John Matze responded by posting a screenshot of Dorsey's tweet and adding his own comment. "Yeah, we were number one until the fake news rage mob at Twitter and your anti-competitive friends went after us," Matze wrote. Like Twitter, Parler users can also sign into the network on the web.
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New York (CNN Business) Parler, the alternative social network popular with conservatives, has been banned by Apple, Google and Amazon. The platform became the most-downloaded app on the weekend of November 8 -- the day major media outlets called the election for Joe Biden. Parler, founded in 2018, bills itself as "unbiased social media" and a place where people can "speak freely and express yourself openly without fear of being 'deplatformed' for your views," according to its website and App Store description. The social media platform has been heavily used by supporters of President Donald Trump, including some who participated in Wednesday's US Capitol unrest. Many conservative politicians and media personalities have become active on Parler.
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Police use tear gas around Capitol building where pro-Trump supporters riot and breached the Capitol, January 6, 2021. A web of pro-Trump dark money groups helped organize the rally that led to a deadly riot on Capitol Hill. After the rally, Trump supporters marched to the steps of Congress and broke into the U.S. Capitol building. However, America First Polices, a pro-Trump policy advocacy dark money group, did disclose in 2019 that they contributed to Women for America First. It's in front of the White House... that way they don't have to go far to see us, " the woman holding the camera says.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Michael Sherwin, Nancy Pelosi, Linda McMahon, Amy Kremer, Kylie Jane Kremer, Tim Unes, Unes, Sen, Mitt Romney's, Donald Trump Jr, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Eric Trump, Mark Meadows Organizations: Trump, Capitol, Electoral, White, U.S . Capitol, Justice Department, U.S, Save, America, Internal Revenue Service, Women, Small Business Administration, Tea Party Express, Tea Party, Washingtonian, Facebook, Washington D.C, Twitter, Responsive Politics, CNBC, White House Locations: Capitol, America, Women, Washington, Virginia, Utah
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