Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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National Audio 2:45 AM ET

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NAT001 - (US-Trump-Lawsuit-Trump-Response) WASHINGTON. x-32s. (Jackie Quinn) U-S President Donald Trump and his lawyers are asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit that alleges the president is violating the Constitution by using his office to profit from his hotels and other properties. (SOURCE:The Associated Press)

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NAT002 - (US-Trump-Lawsuit-Trump-Response) (EXTENDED) WASHINGTON. x-25s. U-S President Donald Trump is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit from two attorneys general who claim he's violating the Constitution by continuing to profit from his resorts, which accept money from foreign governments. Jackie Quinn reports from Washington. ("..for payments.") (SOURCE:The Associated Press)

TAG: If a federal judge allows the case to proceed, District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine has said he will demand copies of Trump's personal tax returns in court to gauge the extent of his foreign business dealings.

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NAT003 - (US-Trump-Puerto-Rico) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) UNDATED. x-09s. Thousands of Puerto Ricans are finally getting bottled water and food rations as an aid bottleneck begins to ease. But many remain cut off from the basic necessities of life and are desperate for power, communications and other trappings of normality in the aftermath of hurricane Maria. Illinois Congressman Luis Gutierrez choked up while talking to C-N-N Friday night about the federal government's response to the crisis in Puerto Rico. Holding back tears - he said he thinks the U-S is doing a "disgraceful job." ("..and the infirm.") (SOURCE:ABC)

TAG: Trump is expected to survey the damage Tuesday.

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NAT004 - (US-Trump-Puerto-Rico) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) UNDATED. x-14s. U-S President Donald Trump says his government is doing an "incredible" job against daunting odds in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico. Illinois Congressman Luis Gutierrez disagrees. Gutierrez choked up while talking to C-N-N Friday night about the federal government's response to the crisis in Puerto Rico saying the relief effort is not demonstrative of America's power and wealth. ("..a disgraceful job.") (SOURCE:ABC)

TAG: Trump's acting homeland security secretary, Elaine Duke, visited the island yesterday calling the federal relief effort a "good-news story." Trump said he was not aware of Duke's "good-news" remark.

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NAT005 - (US-Trump-Puerto-Rico) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico. x-20s. More than a week after hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico and many communities are still unreachable. At least one town is cut off after a bridge collapsed. A-B-C's Eva Pilgrim, is in San Juan, reporting a U-S General is now supervising boots on the ground. ("..very long time.") (WA) (SOURCE:ABC)

TAG: President Donald Trump plans to go to Puerto Rico on Tuesday to get a first hand look. …

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