Twitter may be the president’s id, but the image-sharing platform better reflects the ethos of the Trump era—the conflicts of interest, the naked ambition.
During the week of April 16, 2018, at Mar-a-Lago, President Donald J. Trump hosted Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe. The founder and treasurer of Citizens for Restoring USA, “The First Political Action Committee to Support Donald J. Trump,” got access to their joint press conference. Trump also posed at the resort’s club for a selfie with the chief business development officer of a news website that aims to connect Alabama’s conservatives. The two heads of state fit in some golf at the Trump International Golf Club, West Palm Beach, as did the managing partner of a real estate investment firm who prominently displayed his company’s name.
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