I amFormer US President Donald Trump falsely reported gifts from countries like China and Saudi Arabia during his tenure. Prizes are estimated at 291,000 dollars or approximately 275,000 euros. This is what the Democratic representatives of the US House of Representatives confirm.
By law, the president must officially declare gifts worth more than $415. These prizes are the property of the United States Government. For high-value personal gifts, the recipient has the option of purchasing them from the government. In all cases, prizes must be publicly announced. But that was not done in Trump’s case, the report said.
Among the undisclosed prizes is a Saudi boxer worth $24,000. Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, who served as a White House aide under the former president, reportedly purchased the dagger. But other gifts, such as a life-size portrait of Trump donated by his co-donor in El Salvador and golf clubs from then-Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, are murky.
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