Now that he's not president anymore, Trump gets to keep the money he gained unconstitutionally from his hotel properties. Buying the court was worth it for Republicans.
Pete Williams doesn't have to explain the law. Trump got away with the bribes thanks to a partisan high court.
—and nobody knows exactly why. Except corruption.
Trump is not even good at grifting.
Donald Trump can add "attacking the Constitution" to his list of enemies -- following the Fake News Media, Hillary Clinton, The Whistleblower, Adam Schiff, All Democrats, Windmills, Leader of Greenland.
And other interesting insights from the spiraling Donald Trump during his presser. CNN took the trouble to fact-check him in real time with a split screen; we took care of the rest.
Donald Trump dismissed the emoluments clause in the United States Constitution -- the document he swore to uphold and defend -- as phony.
In a Sunday morning gaffe, White House acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney likely fueled Democrats' impeachment case against President Donald Trump.
"We'll take the criticism," says Mick Mulvaney. "And Trump will take the profits" he doesn't need to say.
They are looking at reports that at least two entities booked a large quantity of rooms but only used a fraction of them.
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