long PDF version federal complaint at law, under the auspices of CREW) the beginning of what will be hundreds of similar filings.
This is the solemn responsibility -- and duty, of all of us, as citizens -- to defend the provisions and protections handed down to us by the founders -- as explicitly set forth in our Constitution. This is what patriotic, peaceful opposition looks like.
The Foreign Emoluments Clause (Article I, Section 9, Clause 8) is a constitutional ban (as the gentleman from Virginia correctly noted, in 1788 -- see the new masthead) against ever accepting the office of President (without an explicit consent of the Congress -- for each act), if one is receiving anything of value from any foreign power.
So it begins. . . .