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Subpoenas Served To Trump Organization


Subpoenas For Trump Organization

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  • The Trump Organization has been served with subpoenas in a lawsuit claiming that President Trump has illegally profited off of his presidency.
  • The lawsuit, brought by attorneys general for Maryland and Washington D.C., claims that Trump violated the emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution by having foreign dignitaries stay in his Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C.
  • Business records for the Trump Organization and 18 other entities are being subpoenaed.  The Trump Organization has not responded, but the Justice Department has hinted they may try to interfere with the lawsuit.


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Washington (CNN) Subpoenas were served on the Trump Organization and a dozen related entities in a lawsuit that challenged the ongoing business relationships of President Donald Trump during his tenure.

The District Office of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine said on Wednesday that it “can confirm that all Trump Organizations have been served.” In addition, subpoenas are served in the State of Maine, the Attorney General said.

The lawsuit by DC and Maryland claims that Trump violates the Constitution’s prohibition on emoluments or payments made to the President by foreign or domestic government entities because of his continued interest in the Trump International Hotel.

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