Federal Judge Temporarily Suspended by Congressional Democrats on President Tramp's Financial Record After Intervention by a Court of Appeal in Washington, DC
The American Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, the President, who claimed he was illegally benefited from his business during his Oval Office, returned to a lower court on Friday to review whether the separation of powers between the President and Congress had been properly considered.
According to the judges, "the District Court did not adequately examine whether ̵
1; in view of the question of the separation of authorities present in a lawsuit brought by members of the legislature against the President of the United States – resolving legal issues and / or postponing the opening would be preference or discovery is even necessary to find out whether Congress Democrats can intervene.The court's decision may serve as a hindrance to democratic lawmakers if Trump is not forced to prove he has not violated anticorruption the constitutional clauses that limit the federal officer's ability to accept gifts from foreign governments without the approval of the Congress, the move comes as the Court of Appeal also rejects a request from the Ministry of Justice to dismiss the case, but rather the court ruled that Judge Emmet Sullivan he did not allow the Trump administration to appeal the case, then the judge held the summons
Sullivan would reconsider the President's appeal for an appeal. If he agrees, the case will return to DC Circuit Court.