Donald Trump, Emoluments, and The United States Constitution

While in office, Donald Trump has received—by virtue of his continued interest in the Trump Organization and his stake in hundreds of other entities—a steady stream of monetary and other benefits from foreign powers and their agents.

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Trump IS the Swamp

Donald Trump has presided over the most corrupt presidential administration in American history. He has not, as promised, “drained the swamp.” He has rebuilt and expanded it to serve his own personal interests.

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“The Lawbreakers Trump Loves” by Nicholas Kristof

He uses scare tactics about “law and order.” But what distinguishes this White House is its ties to criminals.

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“The Collaborators: History Will Judge the Complicit” by Anne Applebaum

“Each violation of our Constitution and our civic peace gets absorbed, rationalized, and accepted by people who once upon a time knew better. If, following what is almost certain to be one of the ugliest elections in American history, Trump wins a second term, these people may well accept even worse. Unless, of course, they decide not to.”

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“Trump Should Be Removed From Office” from Christianity Today

The president tried to use his power to coerce a foreign leader to discredit a political opponent- a violation of the Constitution and profoundly immoral.

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Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic by David Frum

If you’re a conservative and want to understand why you should be more appalled by Trump than you are by the liberals and than the liberals are by Trump, David Frum’s Trumpocracy should be the next book you read.

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“A Confederacy of Grift” by Quinta Jurecic

The success of Stone, Corsi, and Papadopoulos in selling stories about their persecution by the deep state suggests that the conspiracy theories will be harder to do away with.

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Donald Trump is Not a Good Person, and Yes, He is MUCH Worse Than Hillary Clinton

But if you have read this far and you have really examined the information available and reflected upon it and you are still willing to walk into a voting booth and cast a ballot for Donald Trump to be the president of the United States, that act will ultimately say something about you and your character and your judgement and your ability to fulfill your responsibilities as a citizen of this country- and what it will say is not good.

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