The Washington Post Is Sharing Its ‘Trump Revealed’ Reporting Archive

That's 398 court cases, depositions, interviews and financial docs available for review.

The work that went into Trump Revealed, the Post’s book on the candidate from Michael Kranish and Marc Fisher, included two dozen Washington Post staffers conducting interviews and poring over hundreds of legal and financial documents.

That source material is now available for anyone who wants to review it, with the Post opening up its archive of docs to the larger world. You can go here to search through 398 documents, excluding off-the-record interviews and docs for which the Post didn’t have permission to post.

They can be filtered by a number of mainly topical categories that include Atlantic City Casinos, Branding, Trump Mortgage, Trump University and Interview Transcripts.

Happy browsing.

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