Donald Trump has pledged to sue his own administration once he is elected, this follows reports from his campaign that one of Donald Trump's companies is suing another of his companies to keep him from talking about the details of a partnership with yet another Trump business. The Don addressed the issue Tuesday while speaking at an overflow rally at the Burns Community Center in Reno NV.
"It's a great business strategy, and let me tell you the beauty of it is I own a stake in each of the law firms that the attorneys work for," Trump said to the after work crowd.
Making a case for his candidacy, Trump continued, "That's the type of business acumen that is missing from our leaders, and an example of what I'll do for our country when I'm president, my lawyers have the paperwork ready to sue my administration the day I take office."
Trump spoke of more lawsuits when referencing the passing of Supreme Court Justice Scalia, saying: "If Obama nominates another liberal to the court, and if they are unfair to me, I'm going to sue the Supreme Court when I'm president. I don't know if there is a Supreme Supreme Court where you take that, irregardless, it's just more of Obama's arrogant over-reaching to appoint another justice while he's still in office."