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Donald Trump 'lacks character' for hotel liquor licence
Wed Jul 4, 2018 10:47

Donald Trump 'lacks character' for hotel liquor licence
21 June 2018

A hotel owned by US President Donald Trump should have its liquor licence revoked, a group of religious leaders and judges say.

Local laws say only people "of good character" can hold a liquor licence.
The president, the complaint alleges, "is not a person of good character".

Former judges Joan Goldfrank and Henry Kennedy Jnr are among the signatories to the complaint, as are rabbis Jack Moline and Aaron Potek, and pastors Timothy Tee Boddie, Jennifer Butler and William Lamar IV.

They cite the numerous allegations of sexual assault against Donald Trump in the filing, as well as his "many outright racist comments".

The president denied being a racist after a row broke out over his alleged use of the word "shithole" to describe African nations.

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