Weekly recap: Roger Stone hawks, lobby gawks, Old Guard flocks

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

  • Warned against acting like he’s on a ‘book tour,’ Roger Stone talks and peddles books, t-shirts

  • President promotes his Jupiter golf course during round with business partners Nicklaus and Woods

  • GOP lawmakers from Louisiana raised money at U.S. president’s hotel

Tuesday

  • Live from the president’s hotel’s lobby, it’s the Eric Bolling State of the Union after-show

  • Report: Turkey’s deputy minister of foreign affairs scheduled to keynote U.S.-Turkey conference

  • Prosecutors seek info on Trump inauguration events, many of which took place at hotel

  • GOP congressmen join Trump’s DOJ attorneys in criticizing GSA IG’s report on hotel’s lease

  • Watchdog sues GSA and Park Service for info related to Old Post Office tower’s reopening

Wednesday

  • State of the hotel: Conflicted

  • Institute of International Bankers not returning

Thursday

  • Korean-U.S. Trump supporters pray, spend

  • T-Mobile execs liked the president’s D.C. hotel even more than we already knew

Friday

  • Old Guard parties, commander-in-chief profits

  • HUD Secretary Ben Carson visits

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