Weekly recap: Eric and Dad chat, Jordan spends, Cotton speaks

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

  • Trump inaugural committee paid Trump hotel $175,000—per day—for event space

  • Hours after justifying DOJ’s defense of Trump in emoluments suits, acting AG Whitaker heads to Trump Hotel D.C.

  • T-Mobile CEO John Legere wants you to know he is not staying at the Trump Hotel D.C. (this time)

Tuesday

  • In Uruguay for a site visit, Eric Trump reportedly says he discusses the country with his father

  • The campaigns for Rep. Jim Jordan (R–OH) and Rep. Mark Meadows (R–NC) each spent $1,461.79 at the Trump Hotel D.C. for food on Nov. 16, 2018.

  • Iranian dissident Amir Fakhravar shared his thoughts on the 40th anniversary of the Iranian revolution from a room at the U.S. president’s hotel.

Wednesday

  • Trump advocated for coal-baron supporter who doubles as a high-paying hotel VIP

  • Twenty-nine families of people killed by unauthorized immigrants gathered in the president’s hotel before going to lobby on Capitol Hill for the president’s wall.

Thursday

  • Update: The Independent Petroleum Association of America’s lobbying event is not returning to the Trump Hotel D.C.

  • Facebook pulls, restores ads for Trump properties, including D.C. hotel

Friday

  • Sen. Tom Cotton was the featured speaker at the Old Guard’s ball

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