Senator Gardner: End Trump's Conflicts of Interest

On January 7, 2011, Representative Cory Gardner went to the House floor and read the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution. Now, as Colorado's Senator, he has the obligation to enforce it.

The Trump Organization is a worldwide real estate empire with businesses in at least 18 countries.

By refusing to sell his ownership of the Trump Organization, Donald Trump forces the American public to ask: Did he assume the presidency to advance America’s interests or his own? His self-inflicted conflicts of interest are a clear violation of the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause, designed to prevent foreign governments from influencing the Commander-In-Chief. Yet the Trump Organization is set to receive millions of dollars from foreign diplomats who stay at its hotels, have foreign governments approve building permits, and give his family and business partners privileged access to foreign leaders.

Senate Democrats, led by Senators Warren (D-MA), Durbin (D-IL), Cardin (D-MD), and Merkley (D-OR) have introduced legislation that would require President Trump to disclose and eliminate any financial conflicts he has. 

Senator Gardner, show us you defend the Constitution in your actions, not just in your words. Cosponsor the Warren bill to end Donald Trump's foreign corruption.  

Congress must act if Donald Trump won’t. Senator Gardner, protect American interests by eliminating Donald Trump’s conflicts. PutUSFirst! 

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