CAC President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on NPR's Morning Edition to discuss Blumenthal, et al. v. Trump, where over 200 Democratic Members of Congress are asking the courts to hold President Trump accountable to the Constitution's Foreign Emoluments Clause.
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"The legal fight is far from over," said Brianne Gorod, chief counsel at the Constitutional Accountability Center, on a conference call Thursday with reporters. The calls was sponsored by two consumer groups, Americans for Financial Reform and the Center for Responsible Lending.
"The legal fight from here is far from over," said Brianne Gorod of the Constitutional Accountability Center, citing language in the Dodd-Frank law that created the bureau.
Kelly’s Jan. 10 ruling isn’t the last word, according to Brianne Gorod, an attorney with the Constitutional Accountability Center who also joined the call. “The legal fight here is far from over,” she said.
Elizabeth Wydra of the Constitutional Accountability Centre agrees. Justice Gorsuch insists that courts “must not rewrite federal laws under the guise of interpreting them”, she says, which bodes well for the plaintiffs. “States may not disenfranchise voters simply because they have failed to exercise their right to vote in the past.”