Trump Hosting the G-7 at His Miami Doral Resort is an 'Extraordinary' Breach of Norms That Could Violate the Constitution, Experts Say

Business Insider

The Trump administration's plan to host the 2020 G-7 summit at one of President Donald Trump's properties in Florida is not only highly unprecedented, but risks violating the foreign emoluments clause, government ethics lawyers told Insider. "I can't think of any other times where a president has essentially awarded a contract to himself," Delaney Marsco, an ethics counsel at the Campaign Legal Center told Insider on Friday. "Ethics is a combination of laws and norms and we're seeing right now the consequences of these norms being violated. This is definitely extraordinary."

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