During his presidency, former US President Donald Trump hid more than 100 gifts received from foreign leaders, including very dear ones, according to a statement from Democratic Party officials to the House Oversight Committee. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
Gifts allegedly hidden include swords and daggers from Saudi Arabia worth $9,000, gold golf clubs from Japan worth $4,000, an Indian vase worth $8,500 and a portrait of El Salvador. The total value of the unregistered gifts was approximately a quarter of a million dollars, according to the statement.
Apparently Trump was required to account for the gifts, but failed to do so. The former President of the United States is accused of having accepted gifts whose value exceeded the authorized value and, therefore, of having appropriated what should have been deposited with the State.
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