Finfinder wrote:but also if they impeach Trump the Senate will hold a trial immediately and expose all the curruption from the Democrats trying to frame president Trump.
Yeah, and a lot of that is coming anyway with the IG report and Durham, who has much broader subpoena power than Horowitz.
Rancid wrote:Have you audited the Trump orgs books? Where are these facts? Can you show them to us?
Everyone in the US is innocent until proven guilty. I'm not making a case against Trump, so I have no reason to bear the burden of evidence one way or another. People have already tried to get the contract for Trump's DC hotel revoked, and the GSA has pushed back. GSA Says Trump D.C. Hotel Lease Is Valid, Despite Ban On Elected Officials
Bottom line is that if Trump isn't exceeding the per diem rates for his hotels, there isn't a case here.
Rancid wrote:Where is this deep state?
It has at least a few noted locations, including 1000 Colonial Farm Road, McLean, Virginia, 2201 C Street, NW, DC and the entire block from Constitution and Pennsylvania Avenues and Ninth and Tenth Streets in DC.
Rancid wrote:And you see no conflicts of interests with the G7 meeting? NO conflicts of interest with people staying at Trump hotels before meeting with Trump?
As far as Trump profiting mightily from it? No. Do you? Do you have a problem with it symbolically?
SpecialOlympian wrote:The House has Constitutional authority to conduct investigations into the Executive branch.
They have oversight power over statutory creations. The executive has some extensive executive privilege.