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Appeals Court Blocks Emoluments Lawsuit Against President Trump

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Appeals Court Blocks Emoluments Lawsuit Against President TrumpWatch VideoA federal appeals court has blocked a lawsuit against President Donald Trump filed by some 200 congressional Democrats in 2017. 

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit issued its unanimous decision Wednesday. The three-judge panel said the attorneys didn't have legal standing to bring the suit against...
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The suit alleged the president violated a clause in the Constitution that says government officials can&apos;t accept payments from foreign governments.

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