Per the Times of London, prosecutors in Maryland have issued subpoenas for President Trump’s golf course in Scotland.
The Attorney General of Maryland, Brian Frosh, said he was “seeking information proving that hotel revenues were flowing to the president through his affiliated entities,” according to The Times.
Previously, the Inspector General had already released his report on President Trump and the Emoluments Clause saying that it was being violated.
Frosh added: “We are confident that at the end of discovery we will be able to prove our case that President Trump is violating the constitution’s emoluments clauses, America’s first anti-corruption laws.”
Trump’s Scotland golf course has been losing money and prosecutors are trying to figure out the source of tens of millions of dollars injected back to the business.
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