Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh accrued as much as $200,000 in debt buying tickets to Washington Nationals baseball games.
The complaint, according to the overview, calls for "an investigation into whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross violated the criminal laws on conflicts of interest and false statements."
In June, the New York attorney general sued the Donald J. Trump Foundation, accusing it of "sweeping violations of campaign finance laws, self-dealing and illegal coordination with the presidential campaign," as The New York Times ...
“This situation reeks of corruption and cronyism,” said the top Democrat on the House veterans committee.
"It's shameful it's not being investigated, he ought to be out of office by now"