The court ordered the D.C. case against the Trump case for the hotel.

The court ordered the D.C. case against the Trump case for the hotel.
The court ordered the D.C. case against the Trump case for the hotel.

President Trump will not be exempt from a lawsuit alleging violations of the Constitution while continuing his businesses while serving as president, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday.

9-6 Washington, D.C. to complete the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision. Opens the way for governments. And obtain financial documents and records in the Maryland case.

In a 21-page ruling, Judge Diana Gribbon Motz described some of the Justice Department's arguments on Trump's behalf as "esoteric".

"[In] the United States, everyone, including the president, has a duty to obey the law," Motz wrote.

The case is on the one-time blind elimination clause of the Constitution, which prohibits the President from receiving gifts or favors from foreign and state governments. The Trump Hotel in the city of Washington, in a federally leased building, is at the center of ethical disputes surrounding the president.

Authorities in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and other countries have collectively spent thousands of dollars on hotels within a few blocks from the White House. The plaintiff in the lawsuit says that those proceedings go directly into Trump's coffins.

The District of Columbia and Maryland say major event planners are holding meetings at the Trump Hotel on their taxpayer-owned premises, reducing their profits, as they allege, doing business at the Trump Hotel is now seen . As a way of gaining favor with the President.

A small panel of court judges initially D.C. And considered before the court, Maryland allowed the plaintiff to appeal the case before the full circuit.

The Trump Hotel case is one of several lawsuits seeking to dispose of his assets or disclose his financial records in order to open Trump's business records.

After his 2016 election, Trump broke decades of practice from previous presidents and decided to retain ownership of his businesses, including hotels, resorts and office buildings around the world. However, she says that her children run day-to-day operations.

Amid legal challenges, the Trump Organization was trying to sell the hotel. However, the economic downturn caused by the coronovirus epidemic has pushed those plans for now.

The 4th Circuit's decision comes the same week that Trump attempted to prevent his financial and financial records from being published in Congress and New York State investigators, the subject of arguments in the US Supreme Court. The US is expected to decide in those cases this summer.

The Justice Department and Trump's personal attorneys are likely to appeal Thursday's ruling to the US Supreme Court. The United States is debating the matter, possibly at the peak of the election campaign.

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