‘Paradise Papers’ expose fake populism | Newsday

The most startling revelation of the so-called

The most startling revelation of the so-called “Paradise Papers” involved Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who maintained his stake in a shipping firm called Navigator Holdings after assuming public office — and even as a Russian natural gas firm called Sibur increased its business dealings with Navigator.

Updated November 11, 2017 4:03 PM

President Donald Trump entered the White House on a platform of populist rage. He channeled ire against the perceived perfidy and corruption of a shadowy world of cosmopolitan elites. He

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