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Donald Trump leaves business empire to his children to concentrate on US presidency

Daily Record Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Donald Trump leaves business empire to his children to concentrate on US presidencyThe businessman says it's "visually important" to in no way have conflict of interest as president.
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