Schneiderman has sued the administration to block all three of President Trump’s bans on travel and to protect the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and sued the Federal Communications Commission for its decision to end net neutrality, an Obama-era internet regulation. Schneiderman explained that his job is to protect New Yorkers from those who would do them harm. It seems that it is not terrorists that Schneiderman is most worried about, but instead the Federal Government, under Donald Trump is the greatest threat.
Trump’s average appearance at his own golf clubs is once every 4 days. At this rate, Trump would golf 362 times in four years, costing taxpayers $42,580,000. Between the cost of defending suits by the state of New York and the cost of golf, the National debt could be significantly reduced if that money was spent paying off creditors instead of wasting it.
Consider the number of suits inspired by Trump in all 50 states. In August the count was 134, but that was 4 months ago. If we combine lawsuits and playing golf, it appears that every other day during the Trump administration Donald Trump is either playing golf or getting sued.