Andrea Bernstein

It’s illegal for federal officials to campaign on the job. Trump staffers keep doing it anyways

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Inside ‘disrupter’ Jared Kushner’s effort to tackle the White House’s coronavirus response 'without any evident experience’

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Trump pushed for a sweetheart tax deal on his first hotel. It’s cost New York City $410,068,399 — and counting

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To understand top presidential adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner, you have to learn his family history

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An interview with Steele dossier producer: ‘Sex is probably the one thing you can’t blackmail Donald Trump over’

For Wednesday’s “Trump, Inc.” episode, we spoke to a person who has a lot to say about business corruption and Russian influence in the U.S. He’s also become a central figure in the very story he’s been researching for years. He’s Glenn Simpson.

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Why did Deutsche Bank keep lending to Donald Trump?

Whispers of money laundering have swirled around Donald Trump’s businesses for years. One of his casinos, for example, was fined $10 million for not trying hard enough to prevent such machinations. Investors with shady financial histories sometimes popped up in his foreign ventures. And on Sunday, The New York Times reported that anti-money-laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank internally flagged multiple transactions by Trump companies as suspicious. (A spokesperson for the Trump Organization called the article “absolute nonsense.”)

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Why Is Jared Kushner's Company So Desperate to Keep Its Partners Secret?

We’ve seen headline after headline about Jared Kushner. We’ve heard that Trump’s son-in-law company has been on a global search for cash, that the company got giant loans from two big financial firms after Kushner met with officials from the companies in the White House, and that countries believe they can manipulate Kushner through his “complex”…

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