Appeals Court Rules

PUBLISHED: 1:00 PM 10 Jul 2019
UPDATED: 4:57 PM 10 Jul 2019

Appeals Court Rules On Lawsuits Claiming Trump Violated Emoluments Clause

There are still to other cases out there that no doubt, the democrats are desperately hoping will succeed, but now that the Appeals court has issued a ruling, those could be dead in the water.

He did nothing wrong, and these states don't have the power to bring this!

No other president in the history of the United States has faced the sort of unrelenting attacks, slander, and lies that are spread about Donald Trump.

The reason is obvious.

The president is not a swamp creature… he’s a real person who isn’t a politician and he’s acting to defend the constitution.

One of the many lawsuits and attacks he’s faced is the so-called violation of the emoluments clause…but that one has failed.

NBC Chicago reported:

A federal appeals court in Virginia on Wednesday dismissed a case accusing President Donald Trump of illegally profiting off the presidency through his hotel in the nation’s capital.

Trump is being sued by attorney generals for Maryland and the District of Columbia who contend that the earnings Trump receives from his Washington hotel from foreigners violate the emoluments provision of the Constitution.

A three-judge panel on U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit found that Maryland and D.C. did not have standing to sue, CNBC reported.

“The District and Maryland’s interest in enforcing the Emoluments Clauses is so attenuated and abstract that their prosecution of this case readily provokes the question of whether this action against the President is an appropriate use of the courts, which were created to resolve real cases and controversies between the parties,” the decision said.

The attorneys general in Maryland and D.C. have said they would consider calling for the full panel of the Fourth Circuit to hear the case, The Washington Post reported.

Two other federal lawsuits, including one by congressional Democrats, which also target Trump on the basis of the emoluments clause are ongoing.

Don’t forget that Obama and Clinton had way more shady behaviors concerning this clause, but of course, those politicians were liberal elitists, so their possible criminal activity was covered by both the media and the leftist lawyers in the country.