Why Trump's Tax Returns Won't Tell You Everything About His Empire
For all we already know about the president and his finances, theres still so much more to uncover. On this last episode of Forbes on Trump, we're going to take a look at the most pressing questions about Trumps wealth and conflicts of interest that remain outstanding.
How Can Trump Produce The Apprentice While Serving As President?
As Trump ascended to the presidency, he remained through title, at least involved in the operation that made him a household name in the first place: The Celebrity Apprentice. Hear about that, plus well dive into Trump's energy policies and what the few details we have from Trump's proposal for tax reform mean for your mortgage.
A $5 Million Mystery: How The WWE Became The Trump Foundation's Biggest Donor
We're going to start with a philanthropic mystery: How did World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) become the Trump Foundation's biggest donor? Then, in honor of President Trump's first hundred days in office, we're going to check in on a campaign promise kept and a campaign promise broken.
How The Billionaire Kushner Family Is Handling A President-In-Law
Jared Kushner is one of President Trump's closest advisers. His younger brother, Josh, runs a venture capital fund and healthcare startup that was born during the Obama years. Can Josh's company and the brothers close friendship survive the 45th president? Plus: we cover the Trump administration's first student loan policy, and what it says about the Department of Education in 2017.
How Neil Gorsuch And Steve Bannon Defined Trump's 11th Week In Office
New administrations often mean new names and faces. In this episode we look at three of the most influential new names of the Trump administration: Steve Bannon, former Breitbart editor and White House Chief Strategist; Neil Gorsuch, Trump's selection for the Supreme Court and a man whose confirmation to the bench required an historic change in Senate rules; and Scott Gottlieb, the man poised to assume the role of FDA commissioner.