Weekly recap: Jordan and Meadows defend while McCarthy spends

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

Monday

  • Mar-a-Lago regular lands motorcade duty, Air Force One tour

  • Joe Namath Foundation holding pool party, golf scramble at Trump Jupiter; Bill O’Reilly attending

  • Virginia Women for Trump announce third annual Trump birthday party at Trump Hotel D.C.

  • “We had the honor to have dinner in the same room as our President and First Lady, we were able to shake hands with them to thank them for all they do, actually bought tears to our eyes. Thank you to our dear friends for giving us this opportunity.” – Mar-a-Lago guest

Read Monday’s 1100 Pennsylvania.


Tuesday

  • While advocating for enhanced immigration status, the Venezuelan-American Chamber of Commerce plans a golf tournament at Doral

  • Doral draws groups with interests before federal regulators

  • Reminder: Monthly happy hour for lobbyists is tonight at president’s D.C. hotel

  • A student announced he was interning this summer for Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) by posting a picture with the senator at the Trump Hotel D.C.

Read Tuesday’s 1100 Pennsylvania.


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Wednesday

  • Fundraiser for Navy SEALs thrown at Mar-a-Lago

  • Firearms import/exporters looking for ‘access to government regulators’ book Trump Hotel D.C.

  • Chinese women connected to Cindy Yang arrested at Mar-a-Lago; Asian GOP head says he’d never heard of her previously

  • Stephen Moore was back at the Trump Hotel D.C.

Read Wednesday’s 1100 Pennsylvania.


Thursday

  • Museum of the Bible returns

  • Within days of Mar-a-Lago hosting a Navy SEAL benefit, President Trump and Eric support SEAL charged with murder

  • House committee chair asks IRS for Trump’s personal and business tax returns

  • Mar-a-Lago security-lapse roundup

  • The campaign for Rep. Samuel Graves (R–MO) spent $3,729.60 at the Trump Hotel D.C. for meals and catering on March 26, 2019

Read Thursday’s 1100 Pennsylvania.


Friday

  • Trump Org clients in Congress continue to defend Trump Org

  • Trump tax-return roundup

  • Mar-a-Lago security-lapse roundup

  • Trump University alum holds executive-protection conference at Trump Las Vegas

  • House minority leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R–CA) was back at the president’s hotel

Read Friday’s 1100 Pennsylvania.


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