Wednesday, 30 November 2016 U.S. President-elect Donald Trump says he is completely removing himself from his global business empire to avoid conflicts of interest with running the country when he assumes power January 20. Soon to be the wealthiest U.S. president, Trump said in a series of Twitter comments that he would relinquish control over his hotels, golf courses, resorts, Trump-branded consumer products, office buildings and residential properties that are perhaps worth billions of dollars and span the United...
President-elect Donald Trump built much of his campaign on his business success. But now that he has won the White House, he says he will step down from running his empire, as business dealings could present a potential conflict of interest.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — President Donald Trump’s two sons in charge of his global business empire will attend a closed-door event this coming... Seattle Times - WorldAlso reported by •FOXNews.com •Newsmax
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