Mick Mulvaney brings "Cash on Delivery" to a whole new level.
It's not "allowed" for Paul Ryan to solicit seven-figure donations, so he left the room while Adelson wrote the check. REALLY.
Politico released 13 minutes of audio of Trump schmoozing at his New Jersey golf club, and it's clear he's happy to provide presidential access to those who can afford his club fees.
Blatant conflict of interest. Will the Republican Congress do anything about it?
MSNBC's Frances Rivera interviews Former Ambassador to the Czech Republic and former Special Counsel and Assistant to President Obama on Ethics and Government Reform, Norman Eisen about the ethics of selling tickets to a party at which PEOTUS attends
CNN's Chris CUomo couldn't get a straight answer out of Trump's former campaign manager after reports surfaced that the sons were tied for pay to play access to the president-elect.
Chris Wallace manages to work in the Republican talking point about the Clinton Foundation supposedly being pay for play with the state department during the final presidential debate.
Trump's supporters like Rep. Collins are spreading outright lies to defend Donald's pay-for-play with Florida's AG Pam Bondi.
The Clinton Foundation gets all the scrutiny from the press, but I think a nudge will be necessary before the press pays serious attention to the Trump Foundation's dealings in Florida.
On Face the Nation, Dickerson allowed Christie to lie to the nation.
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