One of the scandal-plagued billionaire’s close allies was quietly elected this spring to the boards of both his private-equity firm and MoMA just as he agreed to relinquish power.
Kate Briquelet is a senior reporter covering crime and corruption at The Daily Beast. She has appeared on Dateline, 48 Hours, and CNBC's American Greed.
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