Trump International Hotel and Tower
Business at the Trump International Hotel in Washington hasn't exactly been booming, according to reports.
The late-night host lays out one of the ways the ex-president is bilking his supporters.
The Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., had blocked off room bookings during inauguration week, but finally released them.
The demonstrators said they wanted to let the president know that "most of the country believes in science."
Lev Parnas said GOP figures and Trump insiders would mingle with some unusual characters at the president's Washington hotel.
The move is partly motivated by criticism that Trump is profiting off the hotel in violation of ethics laws and the Constitution.
The hotel occupies a federally owned building and has become a hot spot for lobbyists, foreign governments and others to put money in the president's pocket.
The attorney general booked the Trump property in Washington, D.C., for a 200-person holiday party, according to The Washington Post.
That doesn't include millions taxpayers spend every time Trump travels to one of his own properties, such as Mar-a-Lago.
“It is just plain wrong and unethical for you to use your role as president to allow lobbyists and foreign countries to try to in effect bribe you," says Rep. Dina Titus.