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Trump once accused the family of his just-announced deputy commerce secretary of having 'a lot to hide'

Business Insider Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Trump once accused the family of his just-announced deputy commerce secretary of having 'a lot to hide'President-elect Donald Trump announced businessman Todd Ricketts, the co-owner of the Chicago Cubs, as his nominee for deputy secretary of commerce on Wednesday.

But Trump hasn't always viewed favorably the Ricketts family — one of the most powerful in Republican politics.

As a matter of fact, in February, Trump accused...
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News video: Donald Trump To Pick Wilbur Ross For Commerce Secretary

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President-elect Donald Trump plans to pick fellow billionaire and economic advisor Wilbur Ross, Jr. to run the Commerce Department, where he would wield influence over America's trade deals. WSJ's Shelby Holliday has the story.

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