Eric Trump has praised New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for keeping two Trump Organization-operated ice rinks open, as the mayor remains committed to cutting the city's ties with Donald Trump's businesses.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected the former president's businesses, while banks are becoming more reluctant to lend to him.
The SDNY is investigating whether Trump's 2017 inaugural committee misspent any of the $107 million it raised for his inauguration event.
Howard Falcon, chief assistant county attorney, told Newsweek that "there is no basis" for the county to end its lease with Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach.
Once associated with entrepreneurialism, the Trump name has become a politically charged symbol for many since the Capitol riots.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Trump's "incitement of insurrection" before the Capitol riot "clearly constitutes criminal activity."
The bank has loaned more than $2 billion to the president and his company since 1998.
The city in New Jersey wants to demolish The Trump Plaza casino and is asking for people to pay for the opportunity to push the button.
In response to the release of the documents, Christopher W Smith, General Counsel for Kushner Companies said that the notion that Kushner Properties improperly benefitted from the loans is "completely untrue and amounts to nothing more than politically motivated nonsense."
The Trump Plaza Casino, his last namesake Atlantic City property, is set for implosion January 29, just days after President-elect Biden's presumptive Inauguration Day.
Some have criticized Trump for using the presidency to benefit his own businesses and family, while others warn that voters don't care about such corruption.
The president's son said average Americans "don't understand" how taxes work when you run a business, following a New York Times report on his father paying little or no federal income tax for years.
Trump's disgraced ex-lawyer and fixer said that the president's "wealth is not as significant" as he claims.
President Donald Trump is heading to visit his brother, Robert, in a New York hospital this evening before spending the weekend in New Jersey.
At least 250 of the 560 Trump National Doral Miami resort employees who were furloughed in March were permanently laid off in May, the Trump Organization said in a letter to local government officials.
District Judge Lorna G. Schofield ruled against a motion by Trump lawyers to postpone a lawsuit alleging fraud and false advertising of a multi-level marketing scheme.
The government has paid at least $970,000—including $340,000 since March—to Trump's company for room rentals at hotels and clubs and other expenses.
The Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., which sits on property owned by the government, has reportedly been seeking to alter monthly payments in its lease arrangement.
"COVID-19 has been especially devastating for the hotel industry," says Chip Rogers, president and CEO of the American Hotel & Lodging Association.
"President Trump's time in office has been an ethical disaster," said a report from the group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
Journalist Andrea Bernstein said that the two Trump children were well aware of the wrongdoing that prompted allegations of fraud against them in the 2000s.
The Trump-owned vineyard in Virginia reportedly only let go of its undocumented workers at the end of the harvest. A lawyer for one of the laborers alleged it was to protect wine production.
"It is really awful that he just doesn't get it that this is not acceptable," former White House ethics chief Richard Painter told Newsweek.
The latest property, Trump Tower, joins Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City and a building on Wall Street as Trump Organization properties discovered to have discrepancies between tax records and numbers reported to lenders.
The judge also approved the shuttering of the Trump Foundation, which began a dissolution process last year.
The Saudi government is a part-owner of a company building a Trump-branded property that Kushner's wife Ivanka Trump holds a stake in, a watchdog alleged.
The Washington ethics watchdog CREW is tracking all of President Donald Trump's conflicts of interest while he is in the White House.
"When you sell the hotel it's the single massive transaction instead of all these smaller transactions that add up," former White House ethics chief Richard Painter told Newsweek.
"Istanbul, you've seen the picture of Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump going and opening up Trump Towers," Joe Scarborough said in regards to the president's controversial Syria withdrawal.
"I think that he does a lot of things to save face," former Trump Organization executive Barbara Res said. "There are some things he can't control and he's not at the point where he can control this."