President Donald Trump has a blasé approach to the long list of complaints about his ethical conflicts and quandaries, and his GOP base hardly seems to mind, CQ Roll Call’s lobbying reporter Kate Ackley says. But all the questionable behavior by the president, his senior aides and his family are already giving Democrats on the Hill plenty of talking points for the midterm campaign.
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Jared and Ivanka will have broad recusals in trade policy, tax reform and financial services (de)regulation. https://t.co/z7uAX5zxUX— Richard W. Painter (@RWPUSA) April 3, 2017
Fun fact: WH counsel Don McGahn made a couple thousand dollars last year playing in a cover band. https://t.co/BYaA5FvSaV— Julie Bykowicz (@bykowicz) April 1, 2017
NEW: A former Trump administration appointee who left without signing ethics pledge is now a lobbyist https://t.co/94sPqMJAIT— Matea Gold (@mateagold) March 29, 2017