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Donald Trump says he will be leaving his business empire 'in total'

USATODAY.com Thursday, 1 December 2016
The president-elect said in a series of tweets he wants to focus on running the country and avoid any conflicts of interest when he takes office. Video provided by Newsy
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News video: What Is Trump Going To Do About A Pending Tax Bill?

What Is Trump Going To Do About A Pending Tax Bill? 00:42

It has been reported that US President-elect Donald Trump is having a hard time giving up his real estate empire. David Herzig, a tax law professor at Valparaiso University, says that it’s because it would cause a huge tax bill. Herzig stated, “It could be billions. People are saying, ‘Oh well,...

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