(I did not see posted/discussed here, pardon if missed) Trump bribed by China and he accepted? Did Trump do unconstitutional act? After years of trying to get his name Trump trademarked in China, China’s Trademark Office published the provisional approvals on 27 February and another batch on March 6. If there is no objection, in 90 days it is Trumps. Trademarks are worth tens of millions $. FOX News reported Feb 14: The Guardian (UK paper) reports: NPR adds: The issue is Emoluments Clause of the Constitution, which bars elected leaders from taking anything of value from foreign countries, unless approved by Congress. Note that on Feb 9 Trump agreed to the One China policy after Trump spend his entire campaign bashing China and actually talking to Taiwan president (NY Times). The timing, just 5 days after Trump acknowledge support for 1China,... Well, you can make your own conclusions.