Just months later, he admitted to cheating on his wife, Anna, 28, using Ashley Madison’s adultery service.
In May 2016, Josh and Anna announced that they’re working on rebuilding their marriage.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined District counterpart Karl Racine at a news conference in announcing the lawsuit filed in U. The provision bars the president and other government employees from accepting foreign gifts and payments without congressional approval."The president's conflicts of interest threaten our democracy," Frosh said.
"We cannot treat the president's ongoing violations of the Constitution and his disregard of the rights of the American people as the new acceptable status quo."Trump's unique status as both president and the financial beneficiary of his global business empire raised questions about the emoluments clause of the Constitution even before he took office.
There's another court filing with the president's name on it.
This one from the Attorneys General of DC and Maryland.
She was president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) chapter in Spokane, Washington, from 2014 until June 15, 2015, when she resigned after it was revealed that she had lied about being African American, many other aspects of her biography, and about alleged hate crimes against her.
Cruz was sued by 37-year-old Brandon Vezmar after a bad date.Cruz says that's when things escalated and Vezmar asked her to stop."I leaned back over to him and I say 'well I'm just going to go,' so I grabbed my purse and he like scoots his legs over so I can walk by," Cruz said. Cruz says Vezmar went to great lengths to find her on social media."He messaged everyone on my Facebook with last name Cruz. To Cruz's surprise, Vezmar filed a lawsuit on May 11.