Trump’s losing streak continues with New Jersey liquor license in jeopardy

Donald Trump’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days continue, as Forbes reports that New Jersey’s attorney general is "weighing" whether or not he will revoke the liquor licenses of three of Trump’s golf clubs due to his conviction of 34 felonies. Trump is the sole owner of all three New Jersey golf clubs: Bedminster, Colts Neck, and Philadelphia.  “New Jersey law prohibits issuing a liquor license to anyone who has been convicted of a crime ‘involving moral turpitude.’ A state handbook explains that those sorts of crimes typically involve ‘dishonesty, fraud or depravity’ severe enough to typically be punishable by more than a year in prison,” Forbes reports. In 2019, New Jersey officials threatened Trump’s Colts Neck golf club with revocation of its liquor license after multiple infractions, including an incident in 2015 where the club allegedly overserved someone who was subsequently involved in a fatal car accident. Less than a week ago, CNN reported that the New York Police Department will revoke Trump’s license to carry a firearm now that he is a convicted felon. Trump reportedly had one of his three licensed guns “lawfully moved to Florida,” but the Sunshine State has similar prohibitions for felons owning firearms.  According to an overview of Florida’s clemency board’s rules regarding felony convictions, it “will not consider requests for firearm authority from individuals convicted in federal or out-of-state courts.”  Additionally, Trump’s conviction could prohibit him from traveling to 37 countries that ban convicted felons from entering, including Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Perhaps worst of all for Trump, his conviction could lose him voters ahead of the 2024 election.  But the good news for Americans is that Trump’s conviction could not only hurt his chance of winning in November, but it could also be one of the most important victories for the rule of law in U.S. history. Donald Trump was convicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records on May 30. What are potential voters saying about this historic news? And what is the Biden-Harris campaign doing now that the “teflon Don" is no more? Embedded Content Campaign Action

Trump’s losing streak continues with New Jersey liquor license in jeopardy

Donald Trump’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days continue, as Forbes reports that New Jersey’s attorney general is "weighing" whether or not he will revoke the liquor licenses of three of Trump’s golf clubs due to his conviction of 34 felonies. Trump is the sole owner of all three New Jersey golf clubs: Bedminster, Colts Neck, and Philadelphia. 

“New Jersey law prohibits issuing a liquor license to anyone who has been convicted of a crime ‘involving moral turpitude.’ A state handbook explains that those sorts of crimes typically involve ‘dishonesty, fraud or depravity’ severe enough to typically be punishable by more than a year in prison,” Forbes reports.

In 2019, New Jersey officials threatened Trump’s Colts Neck golf club with revocation of its liquor license after multiple infractions, including an incident in 2015 where the club allegedly overserved someone who was subsequently involved in a fatal car accident.

Less than a week ago, CNN reported that the New York Police Department will revoke Trump’s license to carry a firearm now that he is a convicted felon. Trump reportedly had one of his three licensed guns “lawfully moved to Florida,” but the Sunshine State has similar prohibitions for felons owning firearms. 

According to an overview of Florida’s clemency board’s rules regarding felony convictions, it “will not consider requests for firearm authority from individuals convicted in federal or out-of-state courts.” 

Additionally, Trump’s conviction could prohibit him from traveling to 37 countries that ban convicted felons from entering, including Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Perhaps worst of all for Trump, his conviction could lose him voters ahead of the 2024 election. 

But the good news for Americans is that Trump’s conviction could not only hurt his chance of winning in November, but it could also be one of the most important victories for the rule of law in U.S. history.

Donald Trump was convicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records on May 30. What are potential voters saying about this historic news? And what is the Biden-Harris campaign doing now that the “teflon Don" is no more?

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