Clergymen push D.C. alcohol board to revoke Trump hotel's license over president's poor 'character'

Donald Trump isn’t good enough to sell booze.

That’s what a group of religious leaders is reportedly telling the local alcohol-control board in the District of Columbia, saying his hotel should lose its liquor license on the moral-character clauses contained in such licenses.

According to a report Wednesday by the BBC, the clergymen, joined by some judges, have filed a complaint with the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (ABC) asking that Trump International Hotel, just a couple of blocks from the White House, should have its license because Mr. Trump is “not a person of good character.” Click here to read more.

Washington Times