General Services Administration News
House Oversight Committee Chair: I'm Not Going on 'These Fishing Expeditions'
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, Chair of the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee, is interviewed on "This Week."
Trump Plan to Donate Hotel Profits Doesn't Erase Ethics Concerns: Experts
Some ethics experts take issue with Donald Trump 's claim that he will donate any profits his company reaps from foreign government officials staying in his hotels during his presidential term to the U.S Treasury. The president-elect has at least nine hotels in the U.S. and several existing hotels
President-Elect Trump's Full Press Conference
Donald Trump answered questions about his businesses and unsubstantiated allegations that Russia is in possession of personal and financial information about him.
A Look at Trump’s Business Empire in the United States
Golf courses in several states. Glittering hotels and condominiums. Even a share in a federally subsidized housing development in Brooklyn. Donald Trump ’s business interests in the United States, while concentrated in his home state of New York, run the gamut and appear in at least 10 states and
Trump Has Taken Few Steps to Disentangle From Private Empire
President-elect Donald Trump pledged to step away from his family-owned international real estate development, property management and licensing business before taking office later this month
Trump's Efforts to Step Away From Private Empire Limited
President-elect Donald Trump's efforts to distance himself from his business empire haven't gotten far with his inauguration fast approaching
The Note: Trump Talks Tech
NOTABLES --TOP TECH CEOs SIT DOWN WITH TRUMP: Donald Trump met yesterday with some of the biggest names in the tech industry, touting them as an "amazing group of people" and appearing to institute an open-door policy, saying there is "no formal chain of command around here." Among the leaders at
House Democrats: GSA Says Donald Trump Must Divest Completely From DC Hotel
House Democrats say in a letter they were told by a deputy commissioner at the General Services Administration that President-elect Donald Trump will be in breach of his contract for his Washington D.C. hotel if he does not completely divest from the property prior to being sworn in as president.
Eisen: 'Trump Must Divest' From Business Interests or Be in Violation of Constitution on 'Day One'
Former ethics lawyers for the Obama and George W. Bush administrations discuss their call for Trump to cut ties with his business interests.