Democrats Make Move On Trump’s ‘Vulnerability’
As Trump gets closer and closer to his inauguration in January, liberals increase their efforts to stop him. Now they’ve done something horrible.
While the left is busy accusing the Russians for hacking the election for Donald Trump, Sen. Warren (D-MA) is announcing that a bill she and several other senators will propose.
Of course this legislation aims to stop Trump from taking office. It’s sick really…Only now do they care about ‘conflict of interests’ when things don’t go their way, even though Trump has correctly stated that presidents are exempt from current laws regarding conflict of interests.
Slate, a known liberal sourced, reported:
Democratic senators including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) said Thursday morning that they would introduce a bill next month requiring the president to “disclose and divest” from any conflicts, mimicking a law that already binds most public officials.
As Trump has noted, presidents are exempt from existing conflict-of-interest recusal laws—if a president were to recuse him or herself from involvement in a given issue, who’d be left to make a decision about it? (The president is prohibited from taking foreign bribes by the Constitution’s newly famous Emoluments Clause.)
Honestly, this effort only makes them look bad. They really need to stop resisting…It’s only proving them to be sore losers.
“President-elect Trump’s financial entanglements are unprecedented in American history, and the American people are still waiting to hear what steps he will take before January 20th to guard against conflicts of interest and corruption in his Administration,” Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) said in a statement Thursday.
Ah, so, apparently this senator thinks the American people shouldn’t have elected a successful business man as president. According to Sen Durbin, anybody other than a politician is corrupt and untrustworthy. I think Sen. Durbin needs to be reminded that corruption and a lack of trust is exactly why Hillary Clinton wasn’t elected.