Weekly recap: The return of Kuwait, Trump, and Roger Stone

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

  • Report: Kuwait’s U.S. embassy plans return visit to Trump Hotel

  • Roger Stone to headline Virginia Women for Trump’s 2020 campaign kickoff

Tuesday

  • Guest confirms Kuwaiti embassy independence day party will be at hotel

  • Trump raises funds, dines at his hotel

  • Trump reminds world he’s a Starbucks landlord

Wednesday

  • Dinner with a side of diplomacy

Thursday

  • Kuwait invited a Congressman suing Trump for violating the foreign emoluments clause to its party at the Trump Hotel D.C.

  • Lawmakers updated emoluments suit to include GSA IG’s report

Friday

  • Ways and Means subcommittee announces hearings on presidential tax returns

  • GSA Administrator likely first witness in Transportation subcommittee hearing on lease

  • Trump declares presidency a money loser for his businesses, discloses he may know details about who spends money there

  • Hotel cited for selling alcohol to a minor, not checking ID

Thanks for reading. If you like what you saw, tell someone—and support this work by paying for a subscription. If you’ve been forwarded this newsletter, subscribe for yourself at zacheverson.substack.com. Questions? Read our FAQ/manifesto. Tips or feedback? Contact me, Zach Everson, securely via email at 1100Pennsylvania@protonmail.com or on Signal at 202.804.2744.