Donald Trump has been accused of violating the US Constitution by letting his hotels and restaurants accept payments from foreign governments, by an ethics watchdog which has expanded its lawsuit against the US President.
The complaint by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics (CARE) adds top US chefs and a hotel events booker from Washington, DC as plaintiffs. It claims they lost bookings through foreign governments trying to “curry favor” with Mr Trump by using his businesses.
CARE wants to obtain copies of the President’s tax returns as part of the lawsuit, according to Hollywood Reporter.
Mr Trump said the original lawsuit,filed in January, had no merit.