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If we will not, Some of them have opened their own restaurants, “The worst thing happened for us in the batting powerplay when we lost our set batsmen.Canada defeated 2003 semi-finalist Kenya by five wickets and opened their account in the points tally last night. creating an unusual and potentially serious problem for a sitting president.Only a handful of presidents have undergone legal depositions during their terms and even fewer have become embroiled in private lawsuits Trump is poised to join that small club Watch what else is making news Just last week the president-elect sat for a deposition in a lawsuit involving his Washington hotel and he is still tied up in legal disputes that are to proceed after Inauguration Day Trump is also caught up in an investigation by the New York attorney general into whether he used his charity for personal benefit While Trump has said he will turn over management of his company to his adult sons he has left open the possibility he will keep not only an ownership interest but the legal liability that accompanies it Legal experts worry that would leave him more exposed to lawsuits including ones financed by deep-pocketed political opponents who could use the courts as one more battleground to fight his administration Trump is expected to give more details about stepping away from his business at a news conference on Wednesday “He is going to be not just a litigation magnet but a litigation vortex that sucks in every political and personal adversary he has” said Norman Eisen the Obama administration chief White House ethics counselor from 2009 through 2011 Eisen has encouraged Trump to sell his assets and put the cash in a blind trust to avoid conflicts of interest and legal pitfalls Under constitutional immunity protections Trump can’t be sued over official acts in the Oval Office But he could be named in lawsuits for personal actions or those involving his businesses That raises the prospect of a President Trump answering questions under oath in more depositions as President Bill Clinton did in the Paula Jones case that led to his 1998 impeachment by the House of Representatives The danger for Trump is heightened given the sprawling nature of his business the Trump Organization “We’ve had presidents before who were rich but we’re in some uncharted territory given Trump’s wealth and his myriad of business interests” said Saikrishna Prakash a professor at the University of Virginia School of Law who specializes in constitutional separation of powers Prakash said potential plaintiffs may think Trump would be more likely to settle cases In the weeks after the election Trump paid $25 million to settle three lawsuits alleging Trump University misled students into paying as much as $35000 a year for instruction of little value Trump said he did nothing wrong and was only settling so he could focus on the presidency The Trump Organization’s general counsel Alan Garten said the company is not more vulnerable to paying judgments to plaintiffs noting that Trump sat for a deposition last week instead of settling He said he wasn’t worried about future legal attacks funded by political opponents “People will be wasting their time” Garten said Trump has decided to pursue two lawsuits against chefs_ Jose Andres and Geoffrey Zakarian_ who pulled out of restaurant deals in his new Washington hotel after the candidate made disparaging comments during his campaign about Mexican immigrants in the US illegally The hotel may be facing additional legal entanglements As The Washington Post recently reported contractors have filed liens against the property in the past month saying they are still owed money for their work Garten said that contractors filing liens aren’t unexpected given the hotel was such a big project and that they aren’t a big deal Allegations of unpaid work are at the center of another pending dispute In October a circuit court awarded more than $310000 to a Florida paint store for money owed for a renovation of one of Trump’s golf resorts but the case is still pending on appeal Trump is also coming into office with a pending state investigation into his charity New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman launched an investigation of The Donald J Trump Foundation last year after news organizations revealed that Trump used the charity to settle lawsuits make an illegal $25000 political contribution to a group supporting Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and purchased items such as a painting of himself that was displayed at one of his properties In December Trump said he would dissolve the charity to avoid conflicts of interest but Schneiderman has said the charity cannot close while the investigation is going on Trump does not face the potential for criminal charges in that investigation but he or the foundation could face fines and other civil penalties For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: October 20 2016 3:14 am US Elections 2016: The exact number of personnel will not be revealed until closer to Election Day Top News Justice Department officials are warning that they will be dispatching fewer trained election observers in the wake of a Supreme Court opinion that gutted a key provision of the Voting Rights Act The reduction is likely to diminish the department’s ability to detect voter intimidation and other potential problems at the polls It comes as more than a dozen states have adopted new voting and registration rules and as Republican candidate Donald Trump warns without evidence that the Nov 8 election will be rigged and exhorts his followers to be vigilant against unspecified fraud Watch what else is making news “It’s cause for concern” said Dale Ho director of the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project “It’s hard to know ahead of time how significant a problem it’s going to be” Justice Department officials said they still will dispatch hundreds of staffers to the polls and expect to have them in at least as many states as during the 2012 election when they sent more than 780 to 23 states “We have been doing everything we can through our monitoring program to be able to be as effective as we can be” in ensuring fair elections said Vanita Gupta head of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division She said voters are unlikely to detect any difference in the federal presence this year from the 2012 election But Gupta added there’s no way to “sugar coat” the impact of the court’s 2013 Shelby County v Holder opinion which invalidated a cornerstone of the 1965 voting law In a video being released Wednesday Attorney General Loretta Lynch said that though the court’s decision had reined in the Justice Department’s power the government would work to “ensure that every voter can cast his or her ballot free of unlawful intimidation discrimination or obstruction” The exact number of personnel will not be revealed until closer to Election Day Most of the staffers will be so-called election monitors who have less authority than federally trained election observers and rely on the cooperation of local officials to do their jobs Federal observers enjoy unfettered access inside polling places on Election Day and cannot be removed The federal observer program has provided an important safeguard during previous elections especially in places that tried to suppress the votes of blacks Latinos and other minorities said Kristen Clarke president of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law In past elections for example observers were sent to Greensboro Alabama after white election officials tried to prevent black voters from entering polling places and to Pike County Georgia after an after-hours voter registration session was open to whites only Observers and monitors have too long been relied upon to defuse tensions deter intimidation and encourage faith in the fairness of the electoral process “They have the imprimatur of the federal government behind them that is giving them the rights and responsibilities to be in polling places” said Nicole Austin-Hillery director and counsel of the Washington DC.

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