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Shortly after President Donald Trump took his oath of office, police and protesters are clashing near the route where a parade will be passing through to celebrate the new Commander in Chief. At least 95 people have been arrested, according to CNN, and protesters are reportedly throwing rocks at police officers.
Before Donald Trump's inauguration even took place, legal action was taken regarding his potential conflicts of interest between his business dealings and his new presidency.
In the days leading up the inauguration, Trump donors, Cabinet members, and supporters, including foreign dignitaries, descended on the brand new Trump International Hotel raising all sorts of legal ethical questions as Donald Trump is sworn into to be the 45th President of the United States.
One of the hallmarks of American society is the freedom of speech and peaceful assembly guaranteed by the First Amendment. But that freedom doesn't give people a free pass to break other laws, and those looking to exercise their rights should know what they can and can't do legally.
Gloria Allred, the high-profile California attorney, told LawNewz.com that she is collecting donations to support the case filed against Donald Trump by former Apprentice contestant Summer Zervos. Zervos is suing Trump for defamation after she says he lied about touching her inappropriately.
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Needless to say Trump eventually withdrew the lawsuit with a promise to re-file an “amended complaint.” There is no indication that Trump ever fulfilled that promise either.