Weekly recap: Judiciary investigates, Saudi lobbyist returns, aestheticians gather

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

Monday

  • Judiciary becomes the seventh House committee to investigate Trump’s businesses

  • May 1, 2018 was an interesting day in the president’s hotel’s lobby

  • President Trump plugged one of his golf courses

  • Kuwait invited a third congressman suing Trump over emoluments to the Trump Hotel D.C.

Tuesday

  • T-Mobile execs barely patronized the Trump Hotel D.C.—until they needed gov’t approval

  • Judge rules GSA must turn over unredacted document related to canceled FBI HQ relocation

  • Wheeler makes it three Trump Cabinet members at Trump’s hotel for Kuwaiti celebration

  • Reminder: Monthly networking event for lobbyists is tonight in the president’s hotel’s lobby

Wednesday

  • Is Ivanka's name now getting scrubbed from the spa?

  • Trump Hotels CEO: Once Trump is out of office, ‘we will turn up our international profile significantly’

  • Briefing schedule set for Cork’s appeal

  • What it looks like when government employees address government contractors at the president’s hotel

Thursday

  • Saudi lobbyist who booked 500 rooms—at a cost of $270,000—for U.S. veterans returned to the hotel

  • Five House committee and subcommittee chairs demand FBI HQ docs from GSA

Friday

  • Facing ‘major obstacles’ government action could remedy, aestheticians gather at Trump Hotel D.C.

  • Christian non-profit holding golf tournament at Trump Charlotte

  • Hotel announces Easter 2019 brunch plans; let’s relive Easter 2018

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