Trump Derangement Syndrome Loses Again: Appeals court dismisses emoluments clause case against Trump

edited July 10 in General
Updated at 1:15 p.m. ET/ July 10, 2019

A constitutional challenge to President Trump's continued ownership of his businesses has been ordered dismissed by a federal appeals court.

The case was brought by the attorneys general of Washington, D.C., and Maryland, arguing that Trump had violated the domestic and foreign emoluments clauses of the U.S. Constitution by accepting money from state and foreign governments via his Washington hotel and business empire.

A three-judge panel at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit ruled unanimously that the attorneys general did not have the standing to bring the lawsuit and instructed a lower court to dismiss the lawsuit.

Judge Paul Niemeyer wrote in the opinion: "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."

MEANING: Democrats can't use the courts or politicized the courts like obama did to investigate or go after their opponent/Trump....most importantly the rule of law wins again!


  • The judical branch just delivered a message with this ruling. It will not be used by either party to attack or go after people or enemies if whoever those in control of the House don't like.
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