A federal judge who partially blocked President Trump's plans to build a border wall along the border between the United States and Mexico, previously donated nearly $ 30,000 to former President Obama, other Democrats and a political action committee.
US. District Judge Haywood Gilliam, an Obama-nominated candidate confirmed in 2014, donated $ 6,900 for Barack Obama's presidential debut campaign and $ 14,500 for his re-election campaign. The same records also show that he paid US $ 4,500 to the Democratic National Committee in 201
Gilliam made the donations first reported by the Epoch Times before serving as US District Judge. During his confirmation hearing, he had said that he would "base my decisions solely on the facts of individual case and applicable precedent, regardless of a political ideology or motivation" and that "any personal views in any way would affect my views ability
Gilliam is one of three federal judges who have donated to Democratic candidates in the past and recently voted against the Trump government.
US District Judge Edgardo Ramos and US District Judge Amit Mehta , both judges appointed by Obama, have decided to release Trump's financial documents, which were demanded by Democratic subpoenas, as the investigation into President Trump continues following investigations by Special Envoy Robert Mueller against Russia in the summary of the report by US Attorney General Old William Barr states that while the report "does not conclude that the president committed a crime, but does not discharge him," the Democrats insisted that the report provide a basis for further investigations into the Trump campaign represents.
Ramos, who ruled that Deutsche Bank and Capital One can provide the House Democrats with Trump's financial records, donated $ 4,025 to Obama's 2008 presidential campaign and also donated $ 1,000 to his then rival Hillary Clinton. He also donated to other Democrats, such as Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn., And Rep. Nydia Velazquez, D-NY., Who serve on the House's Financial Services and Intelligence Committees. Ramos seems to have made no political donations since his appointment to federal court in 2011.
Mehta, who was opposed to blocking the summons of Mazar's USA, Trump's accounting firm, by a convention committee, also donated $ 1,000 to Obama's first campaign, doubling his donation to the former president's re-election offer. Mehta also seemed to stop making political donations after his appointment in 2014.