Given the international scope of the Trump Organization’s operations, a newly sworn-in President Trump will likely run afoul of several anti-corruption protections from Day One and put America at greater risk.
Jeff Sessions and Trump’s White House Swamp
Donald Trump may have campaigned on “draining the swamp,” but he brings an unprecedented and dazzling array of conflicts of interest to the White House and the Executive Branch.
Rex Tillerson and Exxon Spent Big on Climate Change Denial while Misleading Public, Evidence Shows
Trump’s choice to be America’s top diplomat, Rex Tillerson, has used Exxon’s profits to fuel climate change denial and obstruction through ALEC. And he’s close to Putin…
Why Is Trump Fighting So Hard to Stop the Recount in Michigan?
A mere 0.22 percent separates the candidates, and thousands of ballot machines recorded no presidential pick.
Revealed: The Trump Administration’s Energy Plan
The Donald Trump administration energy agenda is revealed in a memo prepared by Trump’s energy transition head Thomas Pyle, obtained by the Center for Media and Democracy.
A Trump Nation in an ALEC Land
The first post-presidential American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) meeting this week in Washington, DC made clear that starry-eyed conservative state legislators had visions of more power dancing in their heads.
Hypocrisy and Trumpism on the Agenda as ALEC Meets in Washington, D.C.
ALEC’s State and Policy Summit begins today in Washington, D.C.
Koch Cash Instrumental in Key Senate Races and May Have Buoyed Trump
Disclosed Koch cash helped elected a GOP U.S. Senate and likely buoyed Trump in swing states.
Trump Names Controversial Lawyer to be White House Counsel
Donald Trump chooses Tom DeLay’s “ethics” lawyer to become White House Counsel. This spells T-R-O-U-B-L-E.
5 Things to Know about Billionaire Betsy DeVos, Trump Choice for Education
Billionaire Betsy DeVos, a major GOP funder and party activist from Michigan, has been tapped by Donald Trump to become the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education next year.