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Investigations into Trump's Businesses Spark Emoluments Questions

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Congressional investigations, including an impeachment inquiry, into President Donald Trump have expanded in a new-and unprecedented-direction.
As part of deciding whether to recommend articles of impeachment, Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee announced on September 6 that they were probing Trump's announcement that next year's G7 would be held at a Trump-owned resort in Doral, Fla., along with Vice President Mike Pence's taxpayer-funded stay at a Trump-owned golf club in Doonbeg, Ireland. The charges represent a new front in the impeachment investigation stemming from...
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