Two years after Donald Trump won the presidency, every organization he has led in the past decade is under investigation or involved in at least one lawsuit.
Trump’s private company, the Trump Organization, is facing civil suits digging into its business with foreign governments as well as state criminal inquiries into its tax practices.
The prominent ethics lawyer leading a lawsuit against President Trump for his violation of the “emoluments” clause of the U.S. Constitution believes he will be able to see the president’s financial records. This would be a major new legal headache for the president. The lawsuit concerns Trump’s ownership of a Washington hotel.
On March 26th Denson became the fourth woman to sue Trump during his presidency, and the third to try to void a nondisclosure agreement (NDA).
If you’re in a war and you have strong adversaries who have surrounded you, it’s advisable to surrender so you can live to fight another day.
Donald Trump has just been surrounded by new legal problems that could be his undoing, but he has no intentions of surrendering. Instead, he’ll probably just deny everything and go to twitter to attack his opponents.
Nobody expects Donald Trump to have any morality. His affairs with porn stars and assaults on women don’t surprise anybody. Neither do reports that he conned people at Trump University, that he stiffed small contractors who worked on his properties, or that the majority of his statements are lies.
American University in Washington, D.C. has reported that there is a major new development in a lawsuit which was filed last year over President Trump’s business conflicts.
The lawsuit, filed in both Maryland and the District of Columbia, alleges that Trump has violated the emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution. It has now been expanded to include Trump personally, and a new summons was delivered to his address at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Imagine you have a small business that is in direct competition with a business owned by the President of the United States.