Again, for the mentally challenged, normal business exchanges that trade goods and services for…
Louis Weeks

I don’t agree. He doesn’t just need to get twice as much for his goods and services for it to be bribery. If it can be demonstrated that he or his companies were receiving normal business transactions that he would NOT have received if he weren’t the President, that would violate the Emoluments clause.

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