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Norm Eisen and Richard Painter discuss Trump's business conflicts. The new president will be "violating the constitutional conflicts clause ... as soon as he takes the oath of office," Eisen says. [Read More]
President-elect Donald Trump's attempt to put the conflicts issue behind him has failed, at least according to the mainstream media. His announcement that he would resign from all positions with companies in the... [Read More]
Quicklink: Just when you thought the Trump ethics disaster couldn't get worse, it did - By Richard Painter and Norman Eisen - Quicklink: 'The new Congress and the incoming Trump administration have... [Read More]
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Quicklink: Just when you thought the Trump ethics disaster couldn't get worse, it did - By Richard Painter and Norman Eisen - Quicklink: 'The new Congress and the incoming Trump administration have... [Read More]
Richard Painter and Norman Eisen, top advisers to Bush and Obama, raise concern over president-elect's Scottish businesses: 'Our man has a dog in the hunt'... [Read More]
Drew Angerer/Getty Images The wealth is unprecedented. The combined net worth of President-elect Donald Trump's nominees for Cabinet posts and appointments to White House jobs is in excess of $10 billion, and... [Read More]
Former George W. Bush White House Chief Ethics lawyer Richard Painter has been saying this for weeks: Republican President-Elect Trump will be in violation of the U.S. Constitution the second he's sworn into... [Read More]
After Donald Trump announced his utterly worthless plan for avoiding conflicts of interest, the head ethics lawyers for both the Bush and Obama administrations, Richard Painter and Norman Eisen, went on This Week... [Read More]
President-elect Donald Trump is nominating Jay Clayton, a Wall Street lawyer, to be the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Some who know him say Clayton is a good man for the... [Read More]
Discussing the news that secretary of State pick Rex Tillerson will sever ties with Exxon Mobile to avoid conflicts of interest, with Richard Painter, former chief White House ethics lawyer under George W.... [Read More]
Richard Painter, former Chief White House ethics lawyer under George W. Bush, discusses the controversy over the scrapped plan to gut the Congressional ethics office. [Read More]
GOP members voted to strip the Office of Congressional Ethics of its independence. Rachel Martin talks to Richard Painter, the chief ethics counselor for President George W. Bush. about the vote. [Read More]
Former Chief White House Ethics Lawyers, Richard Painter and Norman Eisen, join us to discuss Trump's conflicts of interest and why his business projects may violate the Constitution. [Read More]
Ethics gurus Richard Painter and Norman Eisen may have full-time employment during a presidency distinguished in its transition by its blithe indifference to foreign meddling in our democracy and by its own glaring... [Read More]
Richard Painter, a professor at the University of Minnesota School of Law, and Elise, a professor at Wayne State University Law School, discuss how hundreds of millions of dollars passed through U.S. law... [Read More]
Donald Trump will enter the White House with more potential conflicts of interest than any recent president. Steve Inskeep talks to recent White House ethics lawyers Richard Painter and Norman Eisen. [Read More]
Video: Commentary on Trump's conflict of interest by ethics gurus Richard Painter and Norman Eisen. WASHINGTON • Ethics gurus Richard Painter and Norman Eisen may have full-time employment during a presidency distinguished in... [Read More]
Video: Commentary on Trump's conflict of interest by ethics gurus Richard Painter and Norman Eisen. WASHINGTON • Ethics gurus Richard Painter and Norman Eisen may have full-time employment during a presidency distinguished in... [Read More]
In a new video, Norman Eisen and Richard Painter describe how the president-elect's and his children's roles in the Trump Organization can place him in violation of the Emoluments Clause of the Con…... [Read More]
Yesterday the Brookings Institution issued an analysis of an obscure constitutional provision that should concern every American. The paper, by Norman Eisen, Richard Painter and Laurence Tribe, demonstrates persuasively that when the 538... [Read More]
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