In other news, Paul Manafort reportedly began advising the Trump regime, including Trump himself, about the FBI's investigation in January. Assuming Manafort has probably been under surveillance, this seems like it was a really bad idea.
Meanwhile, Trump's hotel company says it will not be making an effort to track payments from foreign governments because doing so would be "impractical."
“To fully and completely identify all patronage at our properties by customer type is impractical in the service industry and putting forth a policy that requires all guests to identify themselves would impede upon personal privacy and diminish the guest experience of our brand,” states the document, titled “Donation of Profits from Foreign Government Patrons.”
Gee, we wouldn't want to "impede upon" the privacy of paid foreign agents who just want to experience the Trump brand. That would be too bad.
Finally, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed an injunction against Trump's Muslim ban. This is headed for the Supreme Court.
Trump denied he supported National Front's Le Pen in France's election. "You were my guy'' he told Macron today, French officials say.
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) May 25, 2017