Read the Inspector General’s Report on Trump and Emoluments Clause

The Inspector General for the GSA (General Services Administration), has just released a report regarding President Trump’s Old Post Office Building located in Washington, D.C. that is leased to the government.

Per the Inspector General’s report, the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution is being violated. You can read the report below.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

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Julian Castro First Trip- Puerto Rico

While most candidates run to Iowa after announcing their Presidential candidacy, Julian Castro went in the opposite direction, literally and figuratively.

Castro went to Puerto Rico that allows for primaries but does not have a direct say in the final 2020 vote.

Castro’s move I would argue was brilliant, considering President Trump’s YUGE failure with the Puerto Rico, even now threatening to remove funding from the damage of Hurricane Maria and divert it to funding for his border wall.

“I want the people of Puerto Rico to know this; if I’m elected president, I will work each and every day to make sure that not only will you recover but that you will thrive, to make sure that you are respected, to make sure that you count.”

Alexander Hernandez, Esq. 
Twitter @mcatty_alex


Mueller Has His Eyes on Devin Nunes

Former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes, has served as nothing but as an obstructionist to the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, even having secret meetings at the White House without even consulting with his own committee. That may cost him and rightfully so.

The Special Counsel’s Office is looking at a breakfast meeting that involved Nunes, Michael Flynn, and dozens of foreign officials. The meeting took place at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 18, 2017, just days before President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

The breakfast came under scrutiny by federal prosecutors in Manhattan as part of their probe into Trump’s inaugural committee misspending campaign funds.

Because more than sixty foreign officials were invited, the Special Counsel’s Office is looking into whether foreigners contributed funds by using American intermediaries; pay for play. Sound familiar?

The night before was the Global Chairman’s dinner, an exclusive event that would have allowed Trump and his campaign easy access to foreign diplomats that were in attendance from countries such as Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Israel, Lithuania, Estonia, Denmark, Japan, Angola, Former Kazakh Ambassador Kairat Umarov and senior Qatari officials.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

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