Trump Vows To Dump His Business To 'Fully Focus On Running The Country' (Into The Ground)
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 In between all the Hamilton battles and voter fraud conspiracy tweetstorms, President-elect Donald Trump's been dealing with some criticism over the bazillion conflicts of interests his business dealings have with the presidency. It seems running an international business empire could potentially lead a president to make Very Big decisions that benefit his personal wealth and not the nation, and it makes matters all the worse that Trump has never bothered to release his tax returns—you can't expect transparency from this guy. Anyway, Trump says that's all behind him now, and he'll leave his "great business" before inauguration. [ more › ]
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