Eric Umansky is a deputy managing editor of ProPublica, where he has overseen two Pulitzer Prize-winning projects. Most recently, a series he edited on “nuisance abatement” laws won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. Umansky also oversees ProPublica’s “no-bullshit” engagement team. He is also a co-founder of Document Cloud. Umansky joined ProPublica back when it started in 2008. Before that he wrote a column for Slate. Umansky has also written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and many others.
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We interview the District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine about the suit, what it might uncover and why the Founding Fathers put the Emoluments Clause in the Constitution.
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Our “Trump, Inc.” colleagues break down the guilty plea and conviction for two of the president’s top aides.
We talk to the Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold and The New Yorker’s Adam Davidson about the big mystery around the Trump Organization’s $400 million in cash deals.
We’re looking for people with a wide variety of backgrounds and expertise.
On this week’s “Trump, Inc.,” we’re digging into business interests in the Trump administration.
The Trump Organization has five active projects in India, a country where corruption is common in the real estate industry.
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A Trump project in Mumbai had its permits revoked after investigators found “significant irregularities.” Then Trump Jr. travelled to India to get the decision overruled.
This week on “Trump, Inc.,” we dive into Son-in-Law Inc.
On this week’s episode, we take listener questions — and ask some ourselves.
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Forbes reporters tracked down Trump’s many commercial tenants. Among them: a state-owned Chinese bank.
ProPublica and WNYC are digging into President Trump’s businesses. We’re starting with questions, and we want you to join us in the quest for answers.
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As President Trump takes office, we’re sharing what many of our reporters are digging into.
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