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This Week in Conflicts: Kushners Say Goodbye to 666 Property, Tracking Who’s Visiting Trump’s D.C. Hotel and Possible Hatch Act Violations

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This week, Kushner Companies rids 666 Fifth Avenue property from its portfolio, a new analysis sheds more light on who is visiting and spending money at President Donald Trump’s hotel in Washington, D.C., and allegations of Trump administration officials violating the Hatch Act.

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This Week in Conflicts: New trademarks in China and a call for investigation, plus a Kushner company seeks investment from a Saudi-backed fund

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This week, President Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, received new trademarks from China for her collection of businesses, Democratic lawmakers are asking for an ethics investigation into the president’s ties to China and Jared Kushner’s tech company is asking for money from a Saudi-backed fund.

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This Week in Conflicts: “Lobbying” gets more literal, a Qatari-backed bailout for Kushner, and what you might have missed in the president’s financial disclosure

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This week, a breakdown of who is spending money at President Donald Trump’s Washington D.C. hotel, a possible bailout for Kushner Companies from a Canadian firm with ties to Qatar, and more details from President Trump’s most recent financial disclosure reveal how his businesses are doing.

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A web of accountability for Trumpian conflicts

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As Sunlight continues to catalogue conflicting presidential conflicts of interests, we’re driven by a collaborative vision that includes amplifying the great accountability reporting we see on social media and on our blog to bring attention to major developments. Here are some of the projects we’re tracking. If you notice something we’re missing, please let us know at conflicts@sunlightfoundation.com.

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Tweets by @realDonaldTrump are official statements of the @POTUS, says Justice Department

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Listening and responding to members of the public that is a minimum expectation for public servants in any democratic state, whether those voices are raised in protest, petition, email, send letters or reply on social media. While there are practical challenges to making sense of millions of emails, tweets, call or letters, blocks that violate the First Amendment rights of the public are not the solution to filter failure.

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