The favored gathering place of Trump supporters — and a magnet for conflict of interest questions — will become a Waldorf Astoria.
The lawsuit brought by the attorney general in Washington, D.C., claimed that the Trump hotel accepted excessive payments from the inaugural committee.
The $375 million sale of a Washington hotel that served as an influence and access bazaar for lawmakers, administration officials and other Trump allies is slated to be finalized this month.
The Federal Election Commission fined a Canadian steel billionaire, Barry Zekelman, $975,000 in the case, one of the biggest penalties it has ever assessed.
Florida regulators found that a company working on the charitable event had not registered properly. The former first lady’s office said it would be rescheduled.
Mrs. Trump assailed what she called attempts to “cancel her” as she comes under criticism, along with her husband, for post-White House fund-raising efforts.
The former first lady is selling a hat she wore for a visit by the French president amid volatility in the value of the digital currency being used for the auction.