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The President criticized the 2020 candidate of the Democrats, during the rally in Dallas, Texas.
The former Texas Rep. Beto O’rourke, one of the Democrats seeking to unseat, President of Trump in the year 2020, called the Republicans in Congress to put forth a clause of the Constitution, the potential President Trump from hosting the G-7 would block summit at the Trump resort in Doral, Florida.
The White house announced the venue of the summit, to be held between 10. June and 12, to benefit at a press conference on Thursday, which caused controversy immediately, raising questions about the optics and ethics of the President personally, from an official state event.
Acting White house chief of staff Mick Mulvaney tried to scream press by telling the media that Trump added make money from the event, that the Trump National Doral Golf Club is providing the venue and services for the cost.
“The Constitution clearly bars the President the acceptance of gifts from foreign powers,” O’rourke tweeted. “Congress must stop its authority to enforce the compensation clause now, President Trump will benefit from the G-7 summit by hosting it on his own property.”
“The question is not whether the President has violated the Trump, the remuneration of officials clause– or committed other high crimes. The question is whether the Republicans in Congress believe that our President is above the law,” he wrote also.
The emoluments clause was to prevent foreign States forbids the interference of the U.S. government and, in General, the President of taking all forms of payment from other Nations.
Trump has argued that the clause refers to a prohibition of outright bribes, no business, and he will continue to do business with foreign governments, the on of its hotels.
Trump faced accusations of enriching himself through the use of its business facilities around the globe, around the house, or foreign dignitaries and local politicians.
Another presidential candidate, Julián Castro, a former San Antonio, Texas, mayor, who later served as Housing and Urban Development secretary under President Barack Obama, who also slammed Trump for his decision to hold the summit on one of his properties, the one of 12 possible sites will be considered, for the case that, according to Mulvaney.
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“It is a terrible decision from the President trump the G-7 put on a Golf course, said in his own hotel,” Castro at a campaign event in Des Moines, Iowa, on Thursday. “He brings the G-7 at its own resort, to try and earn money. It is unethical. It is another example of why he is so unfit for office-and he will be the American taxpayers to pay for costs for security and everything else that goes into hosting the G-7 in his bag, and it is completely inexcusable, and the American people should hold him responsible for it.”
In September, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., also at the White house in the year 2020, is accused of trombone the urging of Vice President of Pence stay at the Trump International Golf Club in Doonbeg, Ireland, on an official trip in the hope of cashing in from the stay.