Time is running out on two U.S. Supreme Court cases in which a group of businesses, Maryland and the District of Columbia want to hold President Donald Trump responsible for alleged violations of the U.S. constitution’s checks on foreign and domestic financial influence in the White House.

A group of New York and Washington, D.C., hotels and restaurants urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to reject an appeal by Trump of claims he has violated the Constitution’s emoluments clauses by benefiting from his interests in his personal businesses. Trump’s appeal, lawyers for the businesses said, will likely to become moot after the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden in January.

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