Summary: H.Res.456 — 115th Congress (2017-2018)All Information (Except Text)

There is one summary for H.Res.456. Bill summaries are authored by CRS.

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Introduced in House (07/19/2017)

Declares that the House of Representatives has no confidence that President Trump is faithfully executing the office of President.

Calls for President Trump to:

  • release his tax returns;
  • place his private business assets in a blind trust or divest from them;
  • donate to the U.S. Treasury any personal profit from foreign patronage of hotels in which he has an ownership interest;
  • refrain from taking any action that results in taxpayer money being spent on goods or services from businesses in which he has an ownership interest;
  • seek congressional consent for any emoluments he has received from foreign countries;
  • refrain from using Twitter inappropriately;
  • support the First Amendment, support freedom of the press, refrain from calling reporting "fake news," refrain from posting video of himself wrestling with a press logo, and stop limiting full electronic press access to White House press briefings;
  • promote democracy, freedom of the press, and human rights in foreign policy;
  • unequivocally acknowledge that Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and work to protect our electoral process from future foreign interference;
  • refuse any offer to form a cybersecurity unit with the Russian government to protect the United States from election hacking;
  • respect the independence of our nation's judicial branch;
  • respect Members of Congress and refrain from using derogatory nicknames for them; and
  • conduct foreign policy in a manner that reflects the U.S. traditional role as leader of the free world.