Corporate SecuritiesJohn C. Coffee Jr., New York Law Journal
Trumping the Constitution
In his Corporate Securities column, John C. Coffee Jr. analyzes the application of the Emoluments Clause to President-elect Donald J. Trump. He focuses on the specific nature of Trump's conflicts and how they expose him to foreign governmental pressure that will be largely invisible. He writes: Whether or not the Clause applies, tolerating the exposure of the President to foreign pressure is inexcusable.
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