Trump’s ‘Presidential Seal’ on tee markers might be illegal

Trump owned his collection of golf courses around the world long before he became the 45th President of the United States. But now that he inhabits the White House it seems at least one of those properties is planning to use the presidential seal on its tee markers. There’s just one — and potentially, big — problem: It may be illegal.According to a report¬†by ProPublica and WNYC, Eagle Sign and Design made dozens of the tee markers for a “Trump International” customer.¬†According to ProPublica, “A law governs the manufacture or use of the seal, its likeness, ‘or any facsimile thereof’ for anything other than official U.S. government business. It can be a criminal offense punishable by up to six months in prison.”