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Donald Trump to step down from his business operations over conflict of interest concerns

DNA Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Asserting that the presidency is far more important than anything else, US president-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday said he would hold a news conference on December 15 to announce that he would be leaving his "great" multi-billion business over concerns of conflict of interest.

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President-elect Donald Trump says he will be leaving his business "in total," according to a tweet from the billionaire on Wednesday. Trump says he will hold a news conference with his children on December 15 to share more details about the plan. The President-elect has come under sharp criticism...

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