The Trump Organization
"They could indict a sitting president," said Nick Akerman.
"We must ... be considerate of perceptions of not being good stewards of taxpayer funds," the Air Force said in a statement.
David Fahrenthold was, like, trying to get sources, Eric, Twitter critics school him.
“People like my product, what can I tell you?" the president said.
Richard Painter railed against spending taxpayer money to help the president's personal businesses.
Barbara Res also pinpointed the moment Trump became "like a cartoon" for her.
The president told British authorities the properties are a combined $65 million in the red. His U.S. disclosures say they're worth at least $100 million.
Trump owns eight goats and farms 113 acres of hay at his New Jersey golf resort, slashing his property tax bill by some $88,000 a year.
“It seems like you guys are turning a blind eye" to the organization's hiring practices, he told acting CBP head Mark Morgan.
An RNC fundraiser could put hundreds of thousands of dollars into his own business, while the getaway will bring his taxpayer-paid golf tab to $109.2 million.
Another headache for ethics watchdogs.
The president claims to love Christmas, but one of his former executives says there are two reasons he hated the holiday.
The president's campaign insinuates it's being overcharged and is "reviewing" the bill. Beto already paid his — on time.
A federal judge said Monday that the president cannot block a House subpoena to Mazars USA, an accounting firm for Trump and his businesses.
Trump's legal team may end up delaying investigations with their weak argument, which could be a win in itself.
“NYC’s Green new Deal is one law the Trumps won’t get away with breaking."
In an eyebrow-raising move, Trump will give the Presidential Medal of Freedom to someone he's been in business with.
House lawmakers slammed the effort, saying it was "designed to put off meaningful accountability as long as possible."
The demand is part of an "authorized investigation into allegations of potential foreign influence on the U.S. political process," said Rep. Adam Schiff.
"She reacts very well — that's usually a genetic thing," Trump told The Atlantic.