Washington Post columnist Colbert King praises CLM complaint seeking order to show cause why the Trump International Hotel should not lose its liquor license

CLM partner Josh Levy has filed a complaint to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board on behalf of several Washington D.C. citizens—including retired judges and religious leaders—that articulates why President Trump’s license to serve beer, wine, and liquor at his establishments in the District should be revoked.

In a Washington Post op-ed, Colbert I. King writes about the complaint and its significance:

When I first wrote about the complaint against Trump on July 6, a few readers dismissed the issue as trivial, a nuisance — a case of a mosquito biting an elephant’s hide. I disagree. This case matters, if the rule of law is to have any meaning.

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