The New Republic and The Investigative Fund: Political Corruption and the Art of the Deal

Number 28394
Subject Corruption
Source New Republic
Year 2018
Publication Date March 21, 2018
Summary President Donald Trump has railed against the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which makes it a crime for U.S. companies to bribe foreign officials or partner with others who are doing so. But reporter Anjali Kamat uncovered an extensive history of lawsuits, police inquiries and government investigations connected to the Trump family's real estate partners in India, reporting that appeared as the cover story of the April The New Republic and formed the basis of two episodes of Trump Inc., a podcast series from WNYC and ProPublica that digs deeply into the secrets of Trump's family business.
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Keywords The Investigative Fund, The New Republic, WNYC, ProPublica, Trump, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, lawsuits, real estate, India, Trump Inc., business, Trump Foundation
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