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The Mad Dash to Assess Donald Trump's Conflicts of Interest, Suspense Builds on Appointments and More

Patch Monday, 21 November 2016
The Mad Dash to Assess Donald Trump's Conflicts of Interest, Suspense Builds on Appointments and MorePatch Downers Grove, IL -- Donald Trump's many business ventures have ethicists scrambling to assess potential conflicts of interest, plus more from today's news.
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President-elect Donald Trump tweeted he would totally leave his business. As Fred Katayama reports, his business could create unprecedented conflicts of interest.

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