The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed emoluments clause lawsuits against Donald Trump.
In an order that was issued with no dissent, the highest court of the land instructed lower courts to toss out opinions against Trump since he is no longer in office.
For years Trump endured judicial harassment after rabid Democrats lawmakers and attorneys general of DC and Maryland sued him over 3 years ago because foreign government officials stayed at Trump’s DC hotel.
The emoluments clause is a provision that bars US presidents from accepting gifts from foreign governments without permission from Congress first.
Loser Democrat lawmakers, who couldn’t even run a successful lemonade stand, targeted Trump and accused him of violating the very rarely litigated emoluments clause of the US Constitution by claiming his luxury hotels which are blocks from the White House was evidence Trump was receiving benefits.
At one point a district judge dismissed a lawsuit against Trump brought by Democrat lawmakers, however the 2nd circuit revived it and allowed the harassment of a sitting president to continue.
Separately, a 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in July of 2019 dismissed with prejudice a similar lawsuit filed by DC and Maryland claiming President Trump is violating the Emoluments Clause.
Every time a lawsuit was dismissed, the Democrats would file a new lawsuit but today all cases were tossed out by the Supreme Court.