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Federal Court Sides With Trump On Emoluments Lawsuit Over Foreign Visitors To His DC Hotel

WorldNews Wednesday, 10 July 2019 ()
Federal Court Sides With Trump On Emoluments Lawsuit Over Foreign Visitors To His DC HotelPresident Donald Trump won a legal fight on Wednesday after a federal court dismissed a lawsuit against him by the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia which challenged payments made to his D.C. hotel by foreigners while he has been in office, according to CNBC. President Trump received a unanimous ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit dismissing the lawsuit claiming he was illegally profiting from foreign and state government visitors staying at his downtown Washington D.C. luxury hotel. The White House is facing several legal challenges related to his private business, including a separate lawsuit from Congressional Democrats, but the emoluments clauses at...
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