Justice Department and the Constitution
Mr. Readler served as President Trump’s campaign attorney during the 2016 election.
Chad Readler, the acting assistant attorney general for the Department of Justice’s Civil Division, gave a Constitution Day address at Ashland University’s Ashbrook Center. He talked about the emoluments clause, immigration, and sanctuary cities. The emoluments clause in Article I of the Constitution forbids government officials from accepting payments and gifts from foreign governments.
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Roger Beckett Executive Director Ashland University->Ashbrook Center
Chad Readler Acting Assistant Attorney General Department of Justice->Civil Division
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