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Summer Zervos, shown with attorney Gloria Allred earlier this year in Washington, D.C., accuses President Trump of sexual harassment and has filed a lawsuit against him. Mike Coppola/Getty Images hide caption

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Washington, D.C., lawyer Jeffrey Lovitky is suing President Trump over Trump's financial disclosure forms. Peter Overby/NPR hide caption

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Lawyer Sues Trump, Saying He'd Rather Not

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Trump's White House Counsel Don McGahn Has Combative Record

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Diane Gross and Khalid Pitts, owners of the Cork Wine Bar, take part in a press conference announcing their unfair competition lawsuit against the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., on Thursday. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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D.C. Restaurant Sues Donald Trump, Trump Hotel Over Unfair Competition

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Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., leader of the House Democrats, says she wants a vote every week on forcing disclosure of the president's tax returns. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Federal conflict-of-interest laws require officials like commerce secretary nominee Wilbur Ross (right) to divest holdings, but President Trump is not covered by those requirements. Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ethics Watchdog Has Big Impact On Federal Workers, But Not On Trump

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President Trump today at the White House. The New York attorney general says Democratic AGs are considering challenging state corporate charters of the president's businesses. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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President Trump and first lady Melania Trump (hidden at left) have dinner with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife, Akie, at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., on Feb. 10. Trump said he would personally pay for the visit to his resort . Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Critics Say Trump Group Doing New Foreign Deals, Despite Pledge To Refrain

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President Trump has removed his name from the lease of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., but the revocable trust he has set up for its profits has not settled ethics concerns. Gabriella Demczuk/Getty Images hide caption

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Roxanne Weber (left) rallies in support of a voter-approved government ethics overhaul in front of the South Dakota Capitol in Pierre last month. Republican Gov. Dennis Daugaard said he supports efforts to repeal and replace the initiative. James Nord/AP hide caption

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South Dakotans Voted For Tougher Ethics Laws, But Lawmakers Object

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South Dakota Lawmakers Set To Repeal Recent Ethics Reforms

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President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday that puts a freeze on immigration from seven countries: Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Iraq and Sudan. Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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