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The Truth Why Trump Can NOT Appoint Rudy Giuliani To A Post In His Administration: Title Of Nobility Clause

 
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The Truth Why Trump Can NOT Appoint Rudy Giuliani To A Post In His Administration: Title Of Nobility Clause
Sorry to all the Rudy fans out there, but the Presidents hands are tied. Rudy to a Title Of Nobility (Knighthood) from England after 9/11 by the Queen.
It is NOT an act of Treason unless you hold a job at the Federal level. George Bush Senior did the same thing, but it was after he left office.
So, now you know why President Trump has been unable to appoint Rudy to any top level in his administration. See below:

"Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani was knighted, but don't call him sir."

"Queen Elizabeth II named Giuliani Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for his "outstanding help and support to the bereaved British families in New York."

The honorary knighthood does not carry the title 'Sir Rudolph,' but it does allow the mayor to put the initials K.B.E. after his name.

'Just call me Rudy,' Giuliani said. 'I always like that.'

The queen also bestowed honorary titles--Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire--on Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik and Fire Commissioner Thomas Von Essen for their service after the World Trade Center attacks. The titles allow them to use the initials C.B.E."
[link to articles.latimes.com]
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The Title of Nobility Clause is a provision in Article I, Section 9, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution, that prohibits the federal government from granting titles of nobility, and restricts members of the government from receiving gifts, emoluments, offices or titles from foreign states without the consent of the United States Congress. Also known as the Emoluments Clause, it was designed to shield the republican character of the United States against so-called "corrupting foreign influences." This shield is reinforced by the corresponding prohibition on state titles of nobility in Article I, Section 10, and more generally by the Republican Guarantee Clause in Article IV, Section 4.





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