Maryland, DC to File New Legal Challenge to Trump Conflicts

Donald Trump Jr. on Fox News.   Fox News

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According to ABC News, the lawsuit alleges that Trump violated the Constitution in regards to his business dealings.

The Maryland General Assembly approved a resolution allowing frosh to sue the federal government without permission from Governor Hogan last March.

Since taking power in January, Trump has turned day to day control over his real estate empire and other assets to his adult sons, but not sold them off as many in America said he should to avoid conflicts of interest.

President Trump will be sued by Maryland and D.C.'s attorney generals for alleged violations of the Constitution's emoluments clause.


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"This case is, at its core, about the right of Marylanders, residents of the District of Columbia and all Americans to have honest government", Frosh, a Democrat, told the Washington Post, which was the first to report about the lawsuit.

In January, Trump vowed to track and donate all profits made by Trump Organization from foreign governments to the U.S. Treasury.

The Embassy of Kuwait held an event at the hotel after initially booking at the Four Seasons.

Prior to becoming the president, Trump handled businesses that own hotels in New York City, Las Vegas, Chicago and Miami.

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The suit will allege that Trump has taken favors from the US government.

The GSA initially said Trump would have to fully divest from the hotel after the election. The justice department is seeking to have the suit dismissed.

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