The decision lets a lower court ruling stand that Blumenthal and 200 fellow Democrats have no standing to sue Trump.
Trump Doral decision revives Blumenthal’s emoluments fight
Trump administration plans to host a G-7 Summit at a Trump family resort in Florida — the kind of behavior Sen. Richard Blumenthal is trying to stop with a lawsuit — has put a new focus on an obscure section of the U.S. Constitution known as the emoluments clause.
Judge gives Blumenthal another win in lawsuit against Trump
A federal judge ruled Sen. Richard Blumenthal and other Democrats could seek Trump’s financial records this week.
Blumenthal v Trump to get its day in court
Washington – A federal court will hear a case this week spearheaded by Sen. Richard Blumenthal and joined by dozens of congressional Democrats that says President Donald Trump has violated the U.S. Constitution by failing to seek and obtain the consent of Congress before accepting benefits from foreign states. “The argument on Thursday will put to the test the argument that no one is above the law,” Blumenthal said.
As Blumenthal ups Trump emoluments battle, Grassley asks ‘What about Clinton?’
WASHINGTON — Sen. Richard Blumenthal, who is leading a group of Democratic lawmakers in a lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of violating the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause, has been chided by Sen. Charles Grassley for not taking possible violations of that clause by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton into consideration.
Blumenthal, Democrats sue to force Trump to disclose foreign deals
WASHINGTON — Sen. Richard Blumenthal wants a federal court in Washington, D.C., to compel President Donald Trump to ask Congress for permission when he benefits from business dealings with foreign governments. The lawsuit is based on the Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution, which requires the nation’s presidents to clear any gift or payment from a foreign leader with Congress.
Blumenthal presses Sessions on his links to controversial groups
WASHINGTON – Sen. Richard Blumenthal provoked one of the liveliest exchanges in the day-long confirmation hearing of Sen. Jeff Sessions, President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for attorney general, by pressing him on his links to controversial groups who have given him awards.