Joined on 17 September, 2010
The Constitution is clear: the President cannot accept gifts or payments from foreign governments. No one is above the law. #EmolumentsClause
Replying to @RepAdamSchiff: The emoluments clause exists because foreign influence was a top concern for the Founders.
But you don't have to take…
The emoluments clause exists because foreign influence was a top concern for the Founders.
But you don't have to take my word for it.
Let Fox News explain what the emoluments clause is — and why hosting a global summit at Trump's resort violates it:
Dumpster fire at Biden HQ! “It is impossible for me to be on any of the boards I just mentioned without saying that I’m the son of the vice president of the US. I don’t think that there’s a lot of things that would have happen in my life that if my name wasn’t Biden” Hunter Biden
Replying to @McFaul: Do the Trump children seriously not understand the irony of them trolling kids who have used their father’s name to advance the…
TRUMP HAD NO PLAN WHEN HE PULLED OUT OF TURKEY. Turkey now has 50 of OUR tactical NUCLEAR WEAPONS. Our troops are trapped. What is the plan here? @senatemajldr @GOP @LindseyGrahamSC @Jim_Jordan @RepMarkMeadows @MittRomney @BenSasse
So President Trump is complaining about "transparency" in the impeachment inquiries? Because of testimony behind closed doors? Ok, sir. Show us the tax returns, your business interests, and let us know what you talk about with Vladimir Putin. Then we can talk transparency.
EXCLUSIVE (Reuters) - President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, was paid $500,000 for work he did for a company co-founded by the Ukrainian-American businessman arrested last week on campaign finance charges, Giuliani told Reuters.
NEWS: the White House tried to limit - but not block - Fiona Hill’s testimony, telling her lawyers that four areas of potential testimony could fall under executive privilege
Replying to @glennkirschner2: And it was reported that Fiona Hill’s lawyers said, in substance, ‘you know what you can do with your executive privil…
What’s comical is that the dudes arrested skipping the country last week paid Giuliani $500,000 from a company called… Fraud Guarantee.
It’s like comic-book writers said “OK, what should we call the bad guys' company? Treason, Inc.? Thieves r’ Us? How about Fraud Guarantee??"
And it was reported that Fiona Hill’s lawyers said, in substance, ‘you know what you can do with your executive privilege?’ - making clear that Trump can’t invoke executive privilege to coverup his wrongdoing. Thank goodness for patriots like Hill and Ambassador Yovanovitch.
Who paid off Brett Kavanaugh’s $92,000 country club fees plus his $200,000 credit card debt plus his $1.2 million mortgage, and purchased themselves a SCOTUS seat?
Raise your hand if you demand an answer to this question. ✋🏼 #ImpeachmentTaskForce