Weekly recap: Nigerian pols, T-Mobile execs, Indoneisan checks

Welcome to 1100 Pennsylvania, a newsletter devoted to President Donald Trump’s Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. (and his other companies). President Trump, of course, still owns his businesses and can profit from them.

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On Saturdays, we recap the week’s top stories; select the day to go to that issue.

Monday

  • Shutdown puts Trump in record drought of not visiting one of his properties

  • Senator asks GSA, Interior for info on decision to re-open Old Post Office tower during shutdown

Tuesday

  • Report: Trump Organization paid Indonesian regency past-due $495,000

  • Mueller investigating Nunes, Flynn, and foreign officials’ breakfast meeting at hotel

  • Trump’s inauguration spent more than $1.5 million at Trump’s hotel

Wednesday

  • T-Mobile execs book Trump’s hotel: Thoughts on and reactions to today’s Post scoop

  • Inauguration accounted for 17 percent of hotel’s revenue in January and February 2017

Thursday

  • IG: GSA failed to consider if Trump Hotel D.C. lease violated Emoluments Clauses

  • Rudy Giuliani met with Italian member of parliament and deputy minister for foreign affairs, Guglielmo Picchi

Friday

  • Nigerian presidential candidate checks into U.S. president’s hotel

  • Mike Pence returns to his boss’s hotel to address black-tie, pro-life gala

  • CREW finds 1,400 conflicts of interest involving Trump properties

  • House committee chair threatens GSA with subpoena over lease info

Correction

Yesterday’s 1100 Pennsylvania inaccurately reported that Atiku Abubakar, who was staying at the Trump Hotel D.C., was one of just two candidates to be the president of Nigeria. There are actually many candidates; Abubakar and the incumbent, President Muhammadu Buhari, however, are the only two that appear to have a realistic chance of winning. We regret the error.

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