Donald And Melania Trump Apparently Stole Foreign Gifts
A new report from House Oversight Committee Democrats details what appears to be theft committed by Donald and Melania Trump.
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The law is very clear. Gifts given to a President or First Lady by a foreign government or government official must be reported and are the property of the United States. It is illegal for a president to accept a gift valued at more than $20. Any gift beyond that amount can only be kept by a president with congressional approval.
Here is a partial list of some of the items that are missing:
El Salvador: The Committee obtained internal White House communications referring to a larger-than-life-sized painting of President Trump that the President of El Salvador commissioned and delivered to the U.S. Embassy in El Salvador as a gift to President Trump, just before the 2020 elections. On November 19, 2020, the U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of El Salvador notified officials at the White House Gift Office and State Department Diplomatic Gift Unit about this foreign gift and requested assista…
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