Lawsuit alleging Trump’s private business is violating the Constitution can proceed


macrumors 6502a
Apr 24, 2010
Rock Ridge, California
Exactly, Trump funnels tax payer dollars into his own golf courses and you don't hear a peep from the Right.
I can't believe you guys still don't get it. The right doesn't raise a fuss, because it's something they would do if given the chance. It's something a 'smart' businessman would do. Obama wasn't a businessman. Any money he spent for or from the government is money that could have been 'given' to businesses so they could trickle a small percentage of that down & 'help' the country.


macrumors G5
May 18, 2008
Discovery. Discovery discovery discovery.

Regardless of the low hanging fruit the media will pounce upon coming out of this case, it’s important that citizens and groups FOIA the **** out of this case to gain access to the real nitty gritty of what’s sure to come.

If this doesn’t get squashed along the way, the information from this case and Mueller will show the *wide open secret known for decades* that this man is a money launderer for powerful people (across the political spectrum) across the world. I welcome those facts finally being exposed to the light, however cleaned up to reduce collateral damage they’re bound to be.


macrumors 68020
Apr 7, 2008
Flea Bottom, King's Landing
From the article:
Trump’s contention was Congress ought to act first. If legislators believed Trump was violating the Constitution, he said, they could pass a law telling him to stop.
Whut?:confused: If Congress thinks Trump is breaking the Law, they should pass a law telling him to stop breaking the law?o_Oo_Oo_O That's crazy talk.

If they think what Trump is doing is unconstitutional, they need to have it clarified by the Court, which is what they're doing. What kind of crazy world is Trump living in? Cuckoocloudland? Never Never Land? Lala Land?