CAC Chief Counsel Brianne Gorod appeared on the National Constitution Center's podcast, Constitution Daily, to discuss the end of the Supreme Court's recent Term.
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CAC President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on MSNBC with Hallie Jackson to discuss Supreme Court action on President Trump's Muslim travel ban.
CAC President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on America's News HQ to discuss the forthcoming Supreme Court ruling on President Trump's travel ban.
Nexstar's Washington correspondent Brie Jackson spoke with CAC's David Gans about the Supreme Court's grant of certiorari in Gill v. Whitford, a partisan gerrymandering case out of Wisconsin.
Donald Trump is being sued by members of Congress. Host Bill Press spoke to Elizabeth Wydra, the President of The Constitutional Accountability Center, and the lawyer representing them, about why the lawsuit was brought up.
Nearly 200 Democratic congressmembers are suing President Trump, accusing him of violating the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution by accepting millions of dollars in payments from foreign governments to his companies while serving as U.S. president. The attorneys general of Maryland and D.C. have filed a similar lawsuit against the president. Host Amy Goodman spoke with the longest-serving member of Congress, Democrat John Conyers of Michigan. He has served in Congress since 1965.
On NPR's Morning Edition, Rachel Martin spoke with Rep. Jamie Raskin, a Democrat from Maryland, about a lawsuit from members of Congress who are suing President Trump for violating the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution.
CAC President Elizabeth Wydra: "The Emoluments Clause and frankly the word 'emoluments' was not sort of the obscure thing that it might seem to modern Americans but was rather a crucial part of the various anti-corruption provisions that were written into the Constitution at the founding."