Trump’s top contractors are under investigation, according to documents published by Axios

Donald Trump’s biggest contractors are being investigated for their involvement in the 2016 election, according an investigation published Monday by Axi News.

The documents, which the website published through a public records request, include dozens of contracts with companies that were awarded to Trump-linked companies.

A handful of contracts have been publicly disclosed in recent weeks.

Axios obtained the documents through a Freedom of Information Act request.

The list of contractors includes the contractor for the Trump Organization and the contractor working for the Republican National Committee.

A spokesman for the White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

In addition, the records show that Trump has hired several companies that are not publicly disclosed.

The Trump Organization was awarded two contracts in February 2016 that were later awarded to companies that Trump did not know about.

The company that was awarded a contract in July 2016 was awarded to a firm that was not disclosed to the public.

The firm that received a contract for the 2016 campaign in December 2016 also was not publicly identified in the documents.

Axi says the Trump campaign and RNC are now receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in reimbursements for work done for the campaign.

The New York Times first reported the contract award, which was announced in December, on Twitter.

The Republican National Convention in Cleveland was canceled in July after Trump called for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what the hell is going on.”

The Trump campaign later said the move was not about banning Muslims from entering the country.

A similar contract was awarded in June to the contractor hired by the RNC to conduct polling.

A spokesperson for the RNC told the Associated Press the company has been hired by several candidates for the GOP presidential nomination and is “working with a small group of staff to conduct voter-registration drives, polling places, voter contact, and other events to assist in this election.”