University of Florida student president faces impeachment for Trump Jr.'s $50K campus talk
Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle spoke at the University of Florida campus Oct. 10 for $50,000.Five student government senators allege president Michael Murphy abused his power when he brought Trump Jr. to campus for a speaking engagement last month. The impeachment resolution was first obtained by the Tampa Bay Times.
University of Florida ’s student president faces impeachment after bringing Donald Trump Jr . to campus for $ 50 , 000 . On Tuesday, the student body president , Michael Murphy, was served with the impeachment resolution and accused of malfeasance and abuse of power — a development
Students at the University of Florida in Gainesville protest Donald Trump Jr . and Kimberly Guilfoyle’s — An appearance by Donald Trump Jr . on the University of Florida campus Thursday night The university has an enrollment of 52, 000 . Student government president Michael Murphy
Some members of the student government at the University of Florida want to impeach their president over his role in bringing Donald Trump Jr. to campus last month.
that Michael Murphy “was served with the impeachment resolution and accused of malfeasance and abuse of power” on Tuesday.
The student senators wanting to oust Murphy say Trump Jr.'s October 10 speech with his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, amounted to a campaign event for President Trump, a violation of the use of student fees.
The ACCENT Speakers Bureau used $50,000 in student fees to hold the event at University Auditorium on October 10.
A UF alumna who went digging around for more information on Trump Jr.'s event uncovered an email showing a Donald Trump re-election campaign helper requested Murphy's help in arranging the speech.
The Independent Florida Alligator, the student-run newspaper that covers the Gainesville campus and surrounding community, broke that story.
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