May 21, 2018

More Emoluments, High Crimes And Misdemeanors By Trump... Frankly, By This Point, Not Impeaching Trump SHOULD Earn The GOP Impeachments Of Their Own!

1. Trump Is Openly Defying The Emoluments Clause Of The Constitution, Basically Saying He Is Above The Law! And The GOP Are Helping Him!
2. The Case For Impeaching The Trump Administration For The Emoluments Clause And Other High Crimes And Misdemeanors
3. The Case For Impeaching Trump For Foreign Financial Ties, Nepotism & Making Money Off The Presidency Using A "Trust" In His Name

GOP are clearly enabling the Trump administration in its defiance of the Constitution from Emoluments to high crimes and misdemeanors. GOP's silence on impeaching Trump SHOULD indicate the GOP are engaging in the same crimes as Trump as accessories. The fact that the Democrats are not accusing the GOP of intentionally engaging in treasonous behavior should make everyone suspicious of their motives. 

Kushner’s family company receives bail out from Qatar-linked fundJared Kushner’s family company is set to receive an investment from a Qatar-linked fund, despite his role as a Middle East adviser, just as the Trump administration’s position eases towards the country. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.

The charge of high crimes and misdemeanors covers allegations of misconduct peculiar to officials, such as perjury of oath, abuse of authority, bribery, intimidation, misuse of assets, failure to supervise, dereliction of duty, unbecoming conduct, and refusal to obey a lawful order.

High crimes and misdemeanors - Wikipedia

Trump toys with abuse of office in beef against Washington Post Rachel Maddow revisits the history of Richard Nixon trying to use the IRS to audit his personal political enemies and notes the parallels with Donald Trump's attempt to punish Amazon with higher postal rates because of his personal disdain for The Washington Post. Duration: 22:12

Trump risks presidency using his power to pursue personal animus Michael Beschloss, NBC News presidential historian, compares Donald Trump's reported use of the Postal Service to attack the owner of The Washington Post to Nixon's effort to use the IRS against his personal enemies.

Hayes on Trump's 'astonishingly blatant abuse of power' President Trump attempted to use the power of his office and the federal government to financially injure Amazon, a company owned by a man who publishes journalism Trump doesn't like.

French: Trump playing 'victim of the deep state' is 'disingenuous'David French talks with Chuck on Trump "playing into" conspiracy theories and why the White House playing 'victim' is dangerous.

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