Weekly recap: Two Nigerian presidential candidates check in, Pence fundraises, investigation-tracker launched

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

  • Nigerian presidential candidate holds town hall at U.S. president’s hotel

  • Italian deputy minister of foreign affairs meets Trump’s personal advisors at Trump’s hotel

Tuesday

  • American Bar Association announces 2019 member discounts at Chicago, New York hotels

  • Conservative media use photo of Native American elder protesting at hotel in 2017 to try to discredit his account of weekend confrontation

Wednesday

  • Turns out *two* Nigerian presidential candidates stayed at the U.S president’s hotel last week

Thursday

  • Leading Dem on subcommittee overseeing GSA may already have cost Trump Org business

Friday

  • Pence to headline Louisiana AG’s fundraiser

  • Major Trump Org lender receives inquiries from two U.S. House committees

  • Rep. Titus elected subcommittee chair, singles out D.C. hotel in post-election comments

  • Director of transient sales’ LinkedIn profile URL drops ‘trumphotel’

  • Now tracking the U.S. House Committee investigations related to the Trump Hotel D.C.

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 z_everson@protonmail.com or on Signal at 202.804.2744.