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kentuck

(111,499 posts)
Tue May 12, 2020, 09:44 AM May 2020

Do the People (as represented by the Congress of the United States) have the right and authority?

To request financial information from the Executive Branch?

Does an Executive have a right to hide their business dealings (primarily foreign) from the People?

Does the Congress have a right to see this information?

Or is the Executive above the Law?

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Do the People (as represented by the Congress of the United States) have the right and authority? (Original Post) kentuck May 2020 OP
It should be enough that he has repeatedly violated the Emoluments clause! Dustlawyer May 2020 #1
NOBODY IS ABOVE THE LAW superpatriotman May 2020 #2
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