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Revived lawsuit claims that Trump profited from officials staying at his hotels

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A lawsuit that claims President Trump has violated the Constitution by profiting from officials staying at Trump properties has been revived by an appeals court. NBC's Pete Williams has details on the lawsuit and what the next steps will be.