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Trump tells Pence to Stay at his Hotel, Crime=Constitution, Article II, Section 1, Clause 7

Trump once again lined his pockets with tax dollars breaking the laws of the land. This time the Domestic Emoluments Clause from Article II, Section 1, Clause 7 of the United States Constitution–also known as the Presidential Emoluments Clause.

He told Pence:

“…you should stay at my place,” –Trump

Now, Pence said he would pay for his part of the stay at the hotel, but is NOT paying for all the other support staff, nor the extra money needed for the extra travel needed. [See CNN article.]

If any politician at any level of government committed this one act of corruption, they would be kicked out of office.

As a reminder, the Constitution is law. In fact, it is the supreme law of the land.

 

 

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