See also Lawsuits.
|1980.08.18||Trump threatens illegal immigrant construction workers with deportation for them wanting to be paid after he went out of his way to hire workers who were illegal. time.com (See also immigrant)|
|1985||Trump rents an apartment to Osama Bin Laden's brother Shafiq. nydailynews.com (See also Hypocrisy)|
|2001.06||Trump sells the 45th floor of Trump World Tower to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for $4.5 million dollars. nydailynews.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Saudi Arabia)|
Trump was paid at least $5.7 million by the Saudi government since 2001.
|2001.07||Trump is sued for refusing to pay broker fees to a group who helped facilitate a $4.5 million dollar deal between him and Saudi Arabia. deadstate.org (See also Lawsuits, Saudi Arabia)|
|2004.10.28||George Soros loans Trump $160 million to build Trump Tower Chicago. articles.chicagotribune.com (See also Hypocrisy)|
|2012||Trump tries to get residents in Scotland to sell their land to him so he can build a golf course. They refuse so Trump has walls built around their homes and then bills them for it. nytimes.com|
|2017.01.20||Trump violates his oath to the Constitution by still retaining control of his business empire in direct violation of the emoluments clause. thinkprogress.org (See also First 100 Days)|
|2017.01.20||Trump's golf course tweets congratulations for him becoming president after Trump's lawyer had previously promised that no company social media accounts would reference his office. washingtonpost.com (See also First 100 Days, Conflicts of Interest)|
|2017.03.24||After Trump promised to separate himself from his business Eric Trump reveals he will continue to give his father quarterly financial update reports on the company. forbes.com (See also First 100 Days, Eric Trump)|
|2017.07.20||Trump can legally continue to funnel funds from donors back into his own businesses, which has amounted to about $600,000 spent at Trump-owned properties in just the first six months of his presidency. wired.com (See also Conflicts of Interest)|
|2017.08.10||Donald Trump’s company turned a $1.97 million profit at its opulent Trump International Hotel so far in 2017, dramatically beating its expectations and giving the first hard numbers to critics who charge that Trump is profiting from his presidency. washingtonpost.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, The Trump Organization)|
The Trump Organization had projected that it would lose $2.1 million during the first four months of 2017.
|2017.09.06||Due to Donald Trump's clubs and memberships, for the first time in U.S. history, wealthy people with interests before the government have a chance for close and confidential access to the president as a result of payments that enrich him personally. usatoday.com (See also Corruption, Conflicts of Interest)|
|2017.09.28||Donald Trump could cut his tax bills by more than $1.1 billion, including saving tens of millions of dollars in a single year, under his proposed tax changes. nytimes.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Trump Taxes)|
|2017.10.12||All but one of the 12 NBA teams have stopped patronizing the Trump SoHo since Donald Trump launched his presidential bid in 2015. washingtonpost.com|
|2017.10.30||Trump’s eldest son, Donald Jr., is expected to launch two residential projects in India for the Trump Organization in the coming weeks, continuing the family’s promotion of the Trump empire despite concerns over the president’s potential conflicts of interest with foreign governments, and a vow early on there would be “no new foreign deals” during Trump’s tenure as president. washingtonpost.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Donald Trump Jr)|
|2017.11.02||Donald Trump has installed at least five people who have been members of his clubs (meaning: they pay money to his company) to senior roles in his administration, from Robin Bernstein and Callista Gingrich, the nation’s new ambassador to the Vatican, to Adolfo Marzol, a member of the Trump National Golf Club in suburban Washington, who serves as a senior adviser at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. usatoday.com (See also Corruption, Conflicts of Interest, Department of Housing and Urban Development)|
|2017.11.27||Papers in a lawsuit involving work on Trump Tower’s site were unsealed by a judge last week, revealing that Donald Trump paid over $1 Million in a labor settlement due to employing 200 undocumented workers in 12 hour shifts, without gloves, hard hats, or masks, paid as little as $4 an hour, less than half the union wage, if they got paid at all. nytimes.com (See also Legal Activity, Immigrants, Lawsuits)|
|2017.11.29||Twenty-three Trump businesses including his Mar-a-Lago Club must retain records after they receive subpoenas from the attorneys general in Maryland and the District of Columbia as part of a lawsuit accusing the president of profiting from his office. bloomberg.com (See also Legal Issues, Conflicts of Interest, Legal Activity)|
|2017.12.04||A construction company owned in part by the governments of Saudi Arabia and South Korea plans to build a Trump-branded luxury resort development in Indonesia despite a vow from Donald Trump that his family business would not make any deals with foreign government entities while he serves as president. mcclatchydc.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Saudi Arabia, False Statements)|
|2017.12.05||U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller has asked Deutsche Bank for data on accounts held by President Donald Trump and his family. reuters.com (See also Legal Issues, Russian Meddling in Election, Russia)|
|2017.12.14||This website is designed to track how Trump and his family are in position to profit directly from his role as president, as it tracks payments to Trump properties from Trump-related entities and beyond. opensecrets.org (See also Fact-Checking Resources, Conflicts of Interest, Corruption)|
|2017.12.15||A new provision not in the tax bill passed by the House or the Senate was inserted into the final bill during reconciliation negotiations between Republicans from both chambers. designed to offer a special tax cut to LLCs with few employees and large amounts of depreciable property assets, namely buildings: rent generating apartment and office buildings. ibtimes.com (See also Trump Taxes, Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump, Conflicts of Interest)|
The Trump organization and the Kushners, and top GOP lawmakers writing the tax bill collectively have tens of millions of dollars of ownership stakes in real-estate-related LLCs.
|2017.12.15||The Trump Organization sees fortunes fall, as Donald Trump's disclosures to federal regulators reveal its revenue is less than a 10th of what they had reported since 2010. crainsnewyork.com (See also Trump Effect)|
|2018.01.10||Donald Trump’s companies sold more than $35 million in real estate in 2017, mostly to secretive shell companies that obscure buyers’ identities, continuing a dramatic shift in his customers' behavior that began during the election. usatoday.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Corruption)|
|2018.01.12||More than one-fifth of Donald Trump’s US condominiums have been purchased since the 1980s in secretive, all-cash transactions that enable buyers to avoid legal scrutiny by shielding their finances and identities. buzzfeed.com (See also Criminality, Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr, Department of the Treasury, Trump Relationship with Russia)|
More than 1,300 Trump condominiums were bought by shell companies, without a mortgage, which are key characteristics that the buyer is laundering money.