Trump Court Cases...

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  1. Valeant profile image85
    Valeantposted 4 years ago

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    Two cases relating to Trump alleged crimes are before the Supreme Court.  First, Congress and NY are looking to get information from Deutsche Bank and a few other institutions dealing with fraud.  Second, Don McGahn's case pertaining to Trump's obstruction of justice in the Russia Investigation will be heard.

    Precedent is not in Trump's favor, so it will be interesting to see the Supreme Court rulings.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/mayrarodri … ed27f31149

    1. wilderness profile image95
      wildernessposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      You left out the SCOTUS case to force Trump to give his private financial information (apparently it has now gone far beyond just demanding his tax returns) to those that wish him harm.

      *sigh* I don't suppose these faux cases will stop as long as he is president.  They haven't learned from the fake "Russian Collusion" right on through the fake impeachment - there is no reason to think the political game will end until the White House is Democrat...whereupon precedent has been set and the Democrat president can likely expect the same kind of garbage suits.

      1. Valeant profile image85
        Valeantposted 4 years agoin reply to this

        Now why would you call it a 'fake Russian Collusion' story when it was the Russian Investigation - a country that has been confirmed to have committed crimes to influence the 2016 election in favor of one candidate?  When we are attacked, do you not believe we should know the depth of such an attack?  For a party that thinks so strongly of national security, the fact that you can ignore a blatant attack against our democracy by a hostile foreign government is pretty treasonous.

        With many on the right readily admitting that Trump acted inappropriately with his actions towards Ukraine, I'd hardly call that fake either.

        1. wilderness profile image95
          wildernessposted 4 years agoin reply to this

          Because that's what it was - an investigation into Trump colluding with Putin.  And when that turned out false it went after anyone ever remotely connected to Trump and, eventually, decided Russians were attacking the US.

          Of course you wouldn't call it fake...even when the president of Ukraine said it wasn't so.  Evidence and testimony mean nothing when it comes to finding things to trash Trump with.  As we saw when the impeachment got to the judges. big_smile

          1. Valeant profile image85
            Valeantposted 4 years agoin reply to this

            Apparently, you failed completely to read the Mueller Report.  It was divided into two sections.  Only the second one covered the possibility that the Trump campaigned colluded with Russia - which they clearly did when Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort shared the campaign's internal polling data with the Kremlin.  Deny as you might that there was collusion, but that was clearly an example of the campaign colluding with Russia to help them direct their social media campaign at certain voters in the United States.

            Judges?  Politicians that didn't allow new evidence to come forward after a complete obstruction by the Trump administration.  Ukraine is still reliant on the United States - the president of Ukraine cannot afford to cross a vindictive person like Trump, and he knows it.

            1. wilderness profile image95
              wildernessposted 4 years agoin reply to this

              And apparently you don't want to acknowledge the reason behind that so-called "investigation".  There isn't a person in the country (outside of you, apparently) that doesn't understand that it was to prove Trump-Putin collusion to fix the election.  That it went far, far beyond that to a general witch hunt does not change that simple fact.

              You can make all the excuses in the world, but the reality is that the judges in the impeachment case (the Senate) dismissed the whole thing.

 
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