Weekly recap: 42 of 79

On weekends, 1100 Pennsylvania recaps the week’s top stories. Select the day to go to that issue.

Monday

  • RNC night 1: Eleven of 17 featured speakers have helped the president profit from his D.C. hotel

Read Monday’s 1100 Pennsylvania.


Tuesday

  • RNC night 2: Nine of 23 featured speakers have helped the president profit from his D.C. hotel

Read Tuesday’s 1100 Pennsylvania.


Wednesday

  • RNC night 3: Fourteen of 23 featured speakers have helped the president profit from his D.C. hotel

Read Wednesday’s 1100 Pennsylvania.


Thursday

  • RNC night 4: Eight of 16 featured speakers have helped the president profit from his D.C. hotel

Read Thursday’s 1100 Pennsylvania.


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Reference section

Links to rundowns of developments in the House’s investigations and lawsuits, reference sheets for some of 1100 Pennsylvania’s previous reporting, and articles that provide the background on why all of this matters. The date published or last updated is in parentheses.

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Summaries

Upcoming key dates

  • Sept. 23, 2019—House Judiciary Committee hearing “Presidential corruption: Emoluments and profiting off the presidency” (postponed, not yet rescheduled)

  • Aug. 21, 2020—In House Ways and Means’ lawsuit against the Treasury Department seeking Trump’s tax returns, deadline for both sides to file briefings about how an appellate court ruling in a separate case that Congress has standing to enforce subpoenas of White House officials impacts this suit.

  • Sept. 1, 2020—In Trump v. Vance Jr., in which the Manhattan district attorney has subpoenaed the president’s tax records, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals will hear Trump’s motion for a stay pending an appeal of an earlier decision that had rejected his case and required him to comply with the requst.

  • Sept. 14, 2020—Discovery ends in a one-time Trump appointee’s lawsuit against the Trump Hotel D.C., alleging glass from a sabered bottle of champagne left a gash in her chin.

  • Sept. 20, 2020—Scheduling conference before D.C. Superior Court in D.C. attorney general’s lawsuit alleging improperly spent nonprofit funds by the Trump Hotel D.C. and Trump’s inaugural committee.

  • Oct. 15, 2020—Deadline for State Department to start turning over documents related to its spending at Trump properties in response to a lawsuit filed by The Washington Post.


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