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2 state attorneys general were able to get further than anyone else in a specific lawsuit against Trump — and they could uncover his tax returns...
Two state attorneys general were able to do what no other parties who sued President Donald Trump over an abscure part of the Constitution could.
One of the nation’s most controversial governors finds himself as a key figure in an unprecedented lawsuit against Trump
Republican Maine Gov. Paul LePage finds himself as a key figure in an unprecedented lawsuit President Donald Trump is facing.
A federal judge just dealt Trump an unprecedented setback in a lawsuit alleging he’s violating the Constitution
A federal judge just ruled that a pair of attorneys general have legal standing to sue President Donald Trump over claims that he's violating the Constitution.
Democrats call for Trump Organization subpoena as part of ‘serious investigation’ into Trump conflicts of interest
House Oversight Committee Democrats sent a letter to the committee's Republican chairman on Thursday requesting documents on the Trump Organization.
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch sparked an uproar by speaking at an event in a Trump hotel, in which the president still holds a financial stake.
‘A cognitive dissonance that I could not overcome’: The DOJ corporate fraud watchdog says she resigned because of Trump
Covering ethics compliance while working under the Trump administration felt "hypocritical," Hui Chen wrote.
Trump’s latest financial disclosure shows Mar-a-Lago pulled in millions more dollars since his election
"It does nothing to clarify the critical conflicts questions ..."
Justice Department argues it’s fine for Trump to take payments from foreign governments, citing George Washington
The DOJ argued Friday that Trump isn't violating the Constitution by accepting payments from foreign governments at his litany of Trump Organization businesses.
"We did not want to get to this point."
"EMOLUMENTS WELCOME," one message read.