Members of the Electoral College should not make Trump the next president unless he sells his companies and puts the proceeds in a blind trust; “the founders did not want any foreign payments to the president. Period.” This principle is enshrined in Article 1, Section 9 of the Constitution,:“No person holding an office of profit or trust, shall accept of any present or emolument whatever, from any foreign power, without the consent of the representatives of the people”. It is impossible to guard better against corruption.” There is another provision against the danger mentioned by the honorable member, of the president receiving emoluments from foreign powers.' If discovered he may be impeached. If he be not impeached he may be displaced at the end of the four years. By the ninth section, of the first article.'