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Federal Judge Rules Emoluments Clause Lawsuit Against Trump Can Proceed

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Federal Judge Rules Emoluments Clause Lawsuit Against Trump Can Proceed

Federal Judge Rules Emoluments Clause Lawsuit Against Trump Can Proceed

A federal judge ruled on Tuesday, that the emoluments clause lawsuit brought against President Trump by roughly 200 Democratic lawmakers can proceed.

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