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Donald Trump to leave business 'in total' to concentrate on running the US

euronews Wednesday, 30 November 2016
US President-Elect Donald Trump announces he will focus on the 'far more important task' of the presidency.
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News video: Donald Trump to Leave Business 'In Total' Amid Conflict of Interest Criticisms

Donald Trump to Leave Business 'In Total' Amid Conflict of Interest Criticisms 00:43

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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