Report: Source of Funding for Trump's Scotland Golf Course Under Investigation
The financial documents for President Trump’s Scotland golf course have been subpoenaed as part of an investigation,according to the Times of London.????Maryland prosecutors are seeking documents related to Trump’s DJT Holdings LLC which owns Trump Turnberry in Scotland and the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
To see if the president violated the emoluments clause in the constitution.????The clause says that no person holding office can receive gifts or profit from a foreign state without the consent of Congress.????This is the latest emolument lawsuit that focuses on Trump’s presidency and him as an individual.
According to The Hill, his attorneys have had mixed results when trying to dismiss the suits.????Financing for Trump Turnberry has been a topic since the New York Times reported that Deutsche Bank declined Trump a loan for the property in 2016.????Amanda Miller, a Trump Organization spokeswoman told the Times that Trump Turnberry was purchased by the company “without any financing and put tens of millions of dollars of our own money into renovation.”????Lawmakers as well as Robert Mueller have been investigating ties between Trump’s campaign and Russia, with Mueller reportedly already subpoenaed Trump’s transactions with Deutsche Bank.????Prior to his inauguration, President Trump transferred his assets into a trust being run by his adult sons, Donald Jr. and Eric.