ICYMI: D.C. and Maryland AGs: “Grandstanding for Political Purposes"

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Following the frivolous lawsuit filed yesterday against President Trump by the District of Columbia and Maryland Democratic Attorneys General, alleging a breach of the emoluments clause in the U.S. Constitution, Republican Attorneys General Association Vice Chairwoman and Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge called the move "grandstanding for political purposes," and a blatant show of partisan politics. 

The Washington Post reports

"Monday’s lawsuit drew criticism from the Republican National Committee and Republican state attorneys general. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, vice chair of the Republican Attorneys General Association, called the lawsuit 'grandstanding for political purposes. . . . Quite frankly, it is an unfortunate display of partisan politics by my colleagues across the aisle.'"

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