Revealed: Secret Service paid Donald Trump's resort nearly £25,000 for son's business trips
Kedric Payne, general counsel and senior director of ethics at the Campaign Legal Centre, a Washington DC-based non-partisan political watchdog, said: “US ethics laws and norms are intended at the very least to prevent the perception of the use of official resources for personal gain. “If President Trump followed the tradition of his predecessors and divested his business interests, these expenses would not be an issue. “This blatant use of taxpayers funds to subsidise the president’s hotel exploits flaws in the law that the Biden administration should correct.”
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